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Rahul Gandhi’s posters vandalised in Karnataka prior to Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra entry into state

The Congress' Bharat Jodo Yatra is set to enter Karnataka through Chamarajanagar district on September 30, posters of Rahul Gandhi had been vandalised prior to the party yatra's arrival in the state.

By wasmulhaq 
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New Delhi: The Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra is set to enter Karnataka through Chamarajanagar district on September 30. Posters of Rahul Gandhi had been vandalised prior to the party yatra’s arrival in the state. Banners were put up to welcome Rahul Gandhi and his caravan in Karnataka’s Gundlupet area.

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Rahul Gandhi and other Congress leaders had posters up on the highway passing through Gundlupet, and Congress leaders have accused BJP activists of pulling them down.

On the final day of the Kerala leg, Rahul Gandhi led the Bharat Jodo Yatra on Thursday as it resumed from Nilambur in Kerala. The yatra is currently in its 22nd day since it began on September 7.

The Bharat Jodo Yatra will be crucial for Congress leaders in Karnataka as they are facing a tough challenge from the ruling BJP in the state. Political analyst Sandeep Shastri said, “The yatra is a Congress movement to reassert its presence nationally and in Karnataka.” “The Congress Party has a straight fight with the BJP.” “Karnataka is a crucial state for the Congress.” The yatra is key for the Congress as it will help the party to cement its position and become a formidable opposition.

The yatra is also an opportunity for former chief ministers and leaders of opposition in the Karnataka Assembly, Siddaramaiah and DK Shivakumar, to prove their determination to Rahul Gandhi.

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However, former Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has not been seen on the yatra. When the yatra got underway in Kanyakumari, Siddaramaiah was not spotted at that time either, despite the presence of top brass from the party.

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