Congress's India Jodo Yatra is now in Karnataka for the last three days. On Sunday, Rahul Gandhi walked for more than 10 kms from Badnavalu to Mysore in this yatra and was greeted by a crowd of onlookers on both sides of the road. After this in the evening he also addressed a rally in Mysore. While Rahul was addressing the rally, it rained heavily. But Rahul Gandhi did not stop his speech.
Rahul said, 'This yatra will go from Kanyakumari to Kashmir and will not stop. You see that it is raining but the rain did not stop the journey. Heat, storm or cold cannot stop this journey.' Gandhi said, 'This river-like journey will go from Kanyakumari to Kashmir and in this river you will not see any trace of hatred and violence. (In it) there will be only love and brotherhood because this is the history of India and it is in its DNA.'
Gandhi later said that nothing can deter the 'Bharat Jodo' Yatra, which is focused on stopping the hate and violence being spread by the BJP and the RSS. "Whatever hatred or violence BJP spreads, but this yatra will stop it and help unite people," Rahul said.
Player Vijender Singh wrote with the picture of Rahul Gandhi that first he will not pay attention to you, then he will laugh at you, then he will fight with you and then you will win. Congress leader Gaurav Vallabh shared this video of Rahul Gandhi and commented, 'Rukke na tu, thake na tu, jhuke na tu, thame na tu, sada chale, thaye na tu, ruke na tu, juke na tu.' Pappu Yadav, the national president of Jan Adhikar Party, wrote on Rahul Gandhi's video – the real hero of the country, the future of India.