'Lost Father To Politics Of Hate, Won't Lose Country To It': Rahul Gandhi

Sriperumbudur is the place Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated in a suicide assault.

New Delhi:

Forward of the launch of Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra, celebration chief Rahul Gandhi shared an emotional word immediately, saying he had misplaced his father to the “politics of hate” and was not able to “lose his beloved nation to it”.

Mr Gandhi this morning visited the memorial of his father and former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi at Tamil Nadu’s Sriperumbudur earlier than the launch of the mega yatra from Kanyakumari.

Sriperumbudur is the place Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated in a suicide assault by a terrorist of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam on Might 21, 1991.

“I misplaced my father to the politics of hate and division. I cannot lose my beloved nation to it too. Love will conquer hate. Hope will defeat concern. Collectively, we’ll overcome,” Mr Gandhi tweeted together with an image of him paying respects to his father.

After visiting his father’s memorial, Mr Gandhi left for Kanyakumari to attend an occasion on the Mahatma Gandhi Mandapam the place Chief Minister MK Stalin will hand over the nationwide flag to him for the launch of the yatra.

The Congress has stated that is “longest political march” ever organised within the nation. The yatra shall be launched in a ceremony at 5 pm immediately and the three,500-km foot march from Kanyakumari to Kashmir will start tomorrow morning.

Rahul Gandhi shall be accompanied by 118 ‘Bharat Yatris’ on the march.

The Congress march is a determined try and rally help forward of the 2024 normal election. The march comes at a time when the celebration is reeling underneath the exit of veteran leaders, the newest and distinguished being Ghulam Nabi Azad.

The Congress has stated the intention of this yatra is to unite the nation and join with the frequent man on numerous points equivalent to unemployment, value rise and inflation.

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