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Priyanka joined Rahul Gandhi’s padyatra, Sachin Pilot also accompanied; Ashok Gehlot’s tension will increase

Former National President of Congress Rahul Gandhi is on ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ these days. His sister and party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and her husband Robert Vadra also joined the yatra today. Both are seen being a part of Bharat Jodo Yatra for the first time. His son Rehan Vadra has also joined the yatra.

Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra today may increase the concern of Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. Along with Priyanka Gandhi, Sachin Pilot was also seen being a part of the yatra. Let us tell you that earlier too many such reports have come to the fore that Priyanka and Rahul are in favor of giving the command of Rajasthan to Sachin Pilot. Earlier, when Sachin Pilot and the MLAs of his camp had adopted a rebellious attitude, it was Priyanka Gandhi who had persuaded them.

Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ will enter Rajasthan on December 4 after covering a distance of 380 km in Madhya Pradesh. Pilot joined the yatra in neighboring Madhya Pradesh at a time when the demand for a change in leadership in the Congress-ruled state has again gained momentum before the yatra reaches Rajasthan. The supporters of the former Deputy Chief Minister have started pressing for his name for the Chief Minister’s post.

On the second day of this journey in Madhya Pradesh, Rahul started walking from Borgaon in Khandwa district. Along with Priyanka, her husband Robert Vadra and son Rehan were also seen walking on the journey. When Rahul sets out on a padyatra, the policemen walk along on both sides of the road making a security cordon of ropes for his safety. After Priyanka joined the yatra, excited Congress workers were seen repeatedly trying to get closer to her, raising slogans in support of the brother-sister. The police personnel had to make extra efforts to remove them from the secure cordon.

However, as the yatra from Borgaon entered its second day in Madhya Pradesh after sunrise, the crowd was less than on the first day, but as the day progressed, the convoy of people and vehicles increased.