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Hitting back at BJP’s ‘T-shirt’ remark on Rahul Gandhi, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Friday said, Congress is engaged in uniting the country. While the ruling party is still stuck in T-shirts and khaki shorts. The Center has only one ‘T-shirt’ against the biggest India pair yatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. In the world’s largest democracy, when one party is uniting the country, the party that divides is still hanging in the T-shirt.
Let us tell you that as soon as the Congress’s ‘Bharat Jodi Yatra’ reached on the third day. There is a face-off between BJP and Congress over Rahul Gandhi’s T-shirt. Attacking Congress on social media, BJP claimed that Rahul Gandhi, who raised the issue of inflation during ‘Bharat Jodi Yatra’, was wearing a T-shirt worth Rs 41,257 on Friday. On the other hand, the Congress hit back at the BJP saying that the ruling party at the Center is scared of people’s reaction to the Bharat Jodi Yatra.
Congress said on Twitter, hey… scared? Seeing the crowd gathered in India Jodi Yatra. Talk about the issue. Speak on unemployment and inflation. If we want to talk about clothes, then Modi ji’s suit worth 10 lakhs and glasses of 1.5 lakhs should be discussed. Does BJP want to discuss this? Meanwhile, the Congress on Friday began the third day of the ‘Bharat Jodi Yatra’ led by party MP Rahul Gandhi in Nagercoil town of Kanyakumari district in Tamil Nadu.
The third day of the journey started from Scott Christian College in Nagercoil till Azhagiamandapam Junction in Tamil Nadu. Rahul Gandhi will undertake a 3,500-km march from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, which will be completed in 150 days and will cover 12 states. After reaching Kerala on September 11, the Yatra will pass through the state for the next 18 days, reaching Karnataka on September 30. It will be over Karnataka for 21 days before moving northwards.