Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, while on his political journey, the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, made a significant stop in Mokokchung, Nagaland.
This event is part of a larger initiative that has seen Gandhi traverse various states with the aim of fostering unity and addressing key issues within the country.
The Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, which began in Manipur on January 14, 2024, reached Nagaland by January 16, marking a crucial phase in this extensive campaign.
The yatra, which spans an impressive 6,713 kilometres from east to west, is set to pass through 15 states, 110 districts, 100 Lok Sabha seats, and 337 Assembly segments.
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It represents a major political engagement for the Congress party and the INDIA bloc, with the journey scheduled to conclude in Mumbai on March 20, 2024.
During his time in Nagaland, Rahul Gandhi interacted with locals in Kohima and emphasized the Congress party's commitment to equality among all states, regardless of their size.
Earlier on January 15, the Naga Hoho, one of the apex bodies of Nagas in Nagaland, also met with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and submitted a memorandum to him seeking implementation of the Framework Agreement signed between the Centre and the NSCN-IM.
A delegation of the Naga Hoho met with Rahul Gandhi upon his entry into Nagaland while leading the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra. The meeting took place this evening at the campsite at Khuzama ground in Nagaland, where the Naga Hoho leaders submitted a memorandum to Gandhi.
Taking to social media platform X, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh revealed that a memorandum seeking the implementation of the Framework Agreement was given to Rahul Gandhi.
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