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Rahul Gandhi touches all religious places—mutt, mosque, and church in Karnataka’s Mysuru in one day amid Bharat Jodo Yatra 

As the Bharat Jodo Yatra entered its 26th day, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has been trying to attract people of all religions, so he visited a mutt, a mosque, and a church on the same day.

By wasmulhaq 
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Mysuru: As the Bharat Jodo Yatra entered its 26th day, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has been trying to attract people of all religions, so he visited a mutt, a mosque, and a church on the same day. During his ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi stopped at Suttur Mutt in Mysore and met Seer Sri Shivaratri Deshikendra Swamiji.

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Rahul Gandhi’s caravan is currently making its way through Karnataka. This way, the yatra entered Day Four in the southern district of Karnataka Additionally; he went to the city’s Saint Philomena’s Church as well.

As per the Congress sources, Rahul Gandhi interacted with the women weavers of the Khadi Gramodyog, where workers raised their voice regarding the salary increase as well as an improved supply chain, infrastructure, and equipment.

Interim Congress president Sonia Gandhi landed in Mysuru on Monday afternoon to be part of the party’s ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra in Karnataka. She is expected to take part in the Yatra on Thursday morning when it resumes after a two-day break. Meanwhile, Sonia Gandhi would stay in a private resort at Madkeri in Coorg.

Rahul Gandhi, after finishing his today’s yatra assignment, will fly to Madkeri to meet his mother, Sonia Gandhi. Sonia Gandhi is set to take part in the party’s public event after a long gap, where a huge number of Congress workers are participating.

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RaGa prayed at the Srikanteshwara Swamy Temple in Nanjangud, Karnataka, on Sunday. He also delivered a speech in front of hundreds of people despite heavy rains and stressed that nothing can “stop us from uniting the country” through the yatra.

As the Wayanad MP continued his speech amid torrential rain, the crowds cheered for him, even as many were seen holding up chairs to protect against the torrential rain.

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