A committee would be established under the direction of working president Dhruv Narayan to investigate the consequences of the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
Bengaluru: The Bharat Jodo Yatra has turned out to be a grand success for the Congress party. Seeing the positive response of the people, the enthusiastic Karnataka Congress has been planning to form a special committee to hear the complaints of the people they faced during the yatra.
An Assembly election in Karnataka will be held in 2023. The grand old party would like to cash in on the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
A committee would be established under the direction of working president Dhruv Narayan to investigate the consequences of the Yatra. Through this committee, the group will also provide input on the Congress manifesto.
In a statement to the media, DK Shivakumar, the president of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee, said, “A committee will be formed by the Karnataka Congress and would be headed by Dhruv Narayan to analyse the issues to see everywhere he (Rahul Gandhi) visited and whomever he met. It will also include the changes he made, what more we can do as a party and how we can enhance the situation. “
DK Shivakumar added, “I want all sections of party members who took part in the Bharat Jodo Yatra to be a part of the committee and understand the needs of the people.”
The Bharat Jodo Yatra began on September 30 in Karnataka at Chamarajanagar and ended on October 23 in Raichur. Several famous events occurred during the 18 days of the Bharath Jodo Yatra in Karnataka, including Sonia Gandhi’s participation in the Yatra and the AICC presidential elections, ending with the victory of Kharge, as well as Rahul Gandhi’s speech at a public gathering while it was raining.
With the positive outcome of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, the Congress party has been looking quite optimistic and is hoping to perform better in the upcoming state elections this year and several state assembly polls to be held next year, including Karnataka.