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Rahul Gandhi claims that the BJP attempted to "steal" the Jharkhand government


Rahul Gandhi, a leader of the Congress party, has accused the BJP of attempting to unlawfully seize control of the government in Jharkhand. He emphasized that the Congress party intervened to protect the will of the people. 

According to Congress spokesman Rakesh Sinha, the yatra continued on Saturday morning from Sarkanda Chowk in Godda district, following an overnight stay at Littipara, Pakur.

Speaking at a rally during the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in Godda district, Mr Gandhi emphasised the Congress party's role in safeguarding the JMM-led coalition government and their dedication to combating the ideology of the BJP. 

Later in the day, he arrived in Deoghar and paid homage to the renowned Baba Baidyanath Dham, in addition to delivering a speech at another gathering.

On January 14th, a pilgrimage began in Manipur and on Friday, it crossed into West Bengal via Pakur district. After an overnight stay at Littipara in Pakur, the pilgrimage resumed from Sarkanda Chowk in Godda district on Saturday morning. Congress spokesman Rakesh Sinha informed news agency PTI about the same.

Afterwards, the pilgrims will continue to Dhanbad, where they will set up their tents for the night. Sinha said that the halt has been scheduled in Halkata in the Tundi area of Dhanbad.

The yatra is going to cover a total distance of 804 km, passing through 13 districts of the state, during its eight-day journey that is divided into two parts. If you want to access the latest music tracks, visit

During the entire journey, which will take 67 days and pass through 110 districts across 15 states, a total distance of 6,713 km will be covered, and it will conclude in Mumbai on March 20th.

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