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Congress Bharat Jodo Yatra Suspended Amid Security Breach Of Rahul Gandhi In J&K

On Friday, the Congress claimed that Rahul Gandhi’s security had been compromised and that the Jammu and Kashmir government had improperly handled the throng, causing the ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra to temporarily be banned in Jammu and Kashmir. The J&K Administration “failed to provide security to Bharat Jodo Yatra led by Shri Rahul Gandhi,” according to AICC in-charge Rajani Patil on Twitter. Security flaws show that the UT administration is unjust and unprepared, Patil continued.

After arriving in Qazigund, Rahul Gandhi began to make his way towards Vessu in South Kashmir as planned. However, Congress members discovered that the outer cordon, which was to be controlled by Jammu and Kashmir Police, had vanished, according to claims made by Congress leaders.

The Congress MP had planned to walk 11 kilometres on Friday but had to cancel after only going 500 metres, according to them. A senior Congress leader stated, “For security considerations, we had to momentarily stop the yatra as there was crowd mismanagement along the yatra route approved by the security apparatus.”

He claimed that even though a sizable crowd had gathered to demonstrate their support for Rahul Gandhi, there were concerns for the Congressman’s safety since “people are coming too close to him.” The Congressman continued, “But due to poor security management, Rahul’s security did not permit him to walk and he rode his automobile to the location of the march’s night halt at Khanabal.”

Omar Abdullah, a former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir and a prominent member of the National Conference, joined the Bharat Jodo Yatra earlier this morning in Banihal. He stated that he did so because the march aims to improve the status and mood of the nation.

The NC leader told reporters that the Bharat Jodo Yatra is not being conducted to enhance a person’s reputation. The National Conference (NC) leader informed reporters upon his arrival in this highway town, 120 kilometres from Srinagar, that “the Bharat Jodo Yatra is not intended at promoting Rahul Gandhi’s image but for improving the condition in the country.”

Omar Abdullah emphasised his position by stating that he joined the Yatra because he cares more about the nation’s reputation. We have not joined this for the sake of a certain person, but rather for the sake of the county’s reputation, he remarked.

After a day’s rest, the Bharat Jodo Yatra led by Rahul Gandhi continued this morning at the highway town of Banihal in Jammu and Kashmir. Later today, the Yatra will enter Kashmir Valley for its final leg before coming to an end on January 30 with a gathering in Srinagar. The yatra travelled about 90 kilometres through a number of Jammu districts.

On September 7, the march left Kanyakumari and arrived in Jammu and Kashmir via Punjab on January 19. On January 30, Gandhi will address a large crowd at the Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket Stadium and raise the national flag at the party headquarters in Srinagar as the marathon march’s culmination.

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