Rahul said that he got so much strength from this journey that he can fight for every people of India. He described this journey as his penance.
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Congress Senior leaders and parliamentarians Rahul Gandhi managed by India Jora Yatra It will be over in a few days. Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi wrote a letter to the country. Rahul gave him this letter social media Account shared. In it, he expressed his gratitude for the love of those he met during his travels across India. Apart from this he has highlighted all the things that started this journey. Addressing serious issues like unemployment, inflation, politics of hate, Rahul has targeted the central government in his letter.
He wrote in his letter that so far he has completed 3500 km long India Jora Yatra. He said that millions of Indians joined him during this time and they also supported him in his journey from Kanyakumari to here. He said it was the most enriching journey of his life. He said he was overwhelmed by the love every Indian showered on him.
Rahul wrote in his letter, ‘I have listened attentively to all the stories of your people all along the way. The country is clearly facing an economic crisis – youth unemployment, skyrocketing inflation, severe agricultural crisis and total corporate capture of the country’s resources.’ Expressing concern, Rahul also wrote, ‘People are worried about losing their jobs, their incomes are falling further and their dreams of a better future are being shattered. Deep depression prevails across the country.
#IndiaJourney It is garnering huge support from people all over the world.
This journey has broken the walls of hatred and the wind of love and unity is blowing.
— Congress (@INCIndia) January 13, 2023
Targeting the politics of hate, Rahul wrote, ‘Divisive forces are trying to turn our diversity against us – pitting different religions, communities, regions against each other. These forces, who are few in number, know that only when people feel insecure and afraid, can they sow hatred towards the ‘other’. But after this visit, I am convinced that this evil agenda has its limits and cannot continue.
Rahul said that he got so much strength from this journey that he can fight for every people of India. He described this journey as his penance. He said, “I understand that my personal and political journey is one – to give voice to the voiceless, to be the weapon of the weak, to take India from darkness to light, from hate to love, from pain to prosperity.”