Rahul Gandhi In Ramban, March To Kashmir Valley After R-day Break

Jammu- Congress leader Rahul Gandhi led Bharat Jodo Yatra reached Ramban, the last district of Jammu on National Highway, after covering 120 kilometres and yatra will resume from Bathi, Maitra and stay in Banihal for a night while march for Kashmir will begin after Republic Day break, where it is scheduled to culminate January 30.

The yatra will resume from Ramban as per scheduled time 8.00 am and stop at Forest Check Post near Hotel Usman. It will resume from Kharpora, Banihal and cover Gund Adalkoot-Banihal Market-Transit Camp-T Chowk-Railway station, they said. “The yatra makes a night halt at Lamber Truck yard Banihal where corner meetings with delegates are also scheduled,” they said.

Earlier, the scheduled foot march started from Nagrota, Jammu. The foot march continued for a few kilometers but after advice of security forces, Rahul Gandhi boarded the car and reached the venue where few delegations including people of Ladakh apprised him about their grievances.

A delegation from the hills state Uttrakhand joined Rahul Gandhi on the Jammu—Srinagar Highway near Udhampur and sought his intervention to save the hill town from further sinking.

Led by former Chief Minister Harish Rawat, the delegation raised placards “Save Joshimath—Save Uttrakhand” and participated in the foot march with the former Congress president, who also picked up one of the placards.

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