bharat jodo yatra
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During the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi tried his best to help the traditional vote bank of the Congress slip away in Delhi. On the 22 km long route, he called people from the Muslim community and poor sections and youth and children standing on both sides of the road and talked to them. Though the convoy passed through seven assembly constituencies, they tried to convey the message of the yatra to the whole of Delhi.
South Delhi, East Delhi, New Delhi and Chandni Chowk parliamentary constituencies and Badarpur, Okhla, Tughlakabad, Jangpura, New Delhi, Matia Mahal and Chandni Chowk on the route through which Rahul Gandhi completed Bharat Jodo Yatra between Badarpur border to Red Fort. Assembly seats come. Before the arrival of the Aam Aadmi Party, out of seven assembly seats, except Badarpur, the remaining six were Congress strongholds. At the same time, before 2014, the Lok Sabha seats were also held by the Congress, but in the meantime the Congress lost its mass base in the area. At present, one assembly seat is with the BJP and the rest with the Aam Aadmi Party, while all the Lok Sabha seats are with the BJP. The yatra has been taken out from the old stronghold of the Congress. Through this, he again tried to strengthen the land.