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After a long time, Sonia Gandhi appeared in Rahul Gandhi’s rally.

Sonia Gandhi, the head of the Congress, took a short stroll before boarding one of the cars following her during the Bharat Jodo Yatra. She will likely speak at a rally in Bellary.
Due to her health, Sonia Gandhi participated in a public event today for the first time in a very long time at her son Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in Mandya, Karnataka. The Congress president joined Rahul Gandhi’s march in Mandya and walked a short distance while being accompanied by several party members before getting in a vehicle.
She will reportedly speak at a rally in Ballary to kick off the party’s campaign in the BJP-ruled state, which will have elections for a new government in a few months. She had already prayed on Wednesday at a shrine in the hamlet of Begur.
The statewide campaign for the Congress entered Karnataka on September 30 after starting in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, on September 7.
For the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Karnataka, which was taking a two-day break for Ayudha Puja and Vijayadashami, Sonia Gandhi landed in Mysore on Monday afternoon (Tuesday and Wednesday).
DK Shivakumar, the head of the Karnataka Congress, said it was an issue of pride for the party that Sonia Gandhi participated in the march.
All his supporters and party members were also present when Rahul Gandhi was marching out for his India Jodo Movement. As you know, Sonia Gandhi ji was going through health related complaints for a long time, she participated in this rally of her son Rahul Gandhi after a long time. According to the reports Sonia Gandhi didn’t appear in a rally after a long time but he appeared in rahul gandhi rally.
In Karnataka, there will be Vijaya after Vijayadashami. We are honored that Sonia Gandhi traveled to Karnataka to stroll around its streets. According to Mr. Shivakumar, the BJP is on its way to closing up shop as it takes office in the state.
Rahul Gandhi intends to walk 3,570 kilometers through 12 states as part of his mission to unify India and protest what he deems the BJP’s divisive ideology. After many setbacks, the campaign, for which Rahul Gandhi and other Congress officials have been sleeping in containers, tries to unite the party’s supporters for upcoming elections.
Gandhi’s march for unity comes as the Congress struggles with divisions and prepares for a historic internal election that will pick a president from a party other than Gandhi’s for the first time in 25 years.
Both Shashi Tharoor and Mallikarjun Kharge have been denied endorsement by the Hindus, who have vowed to stay out of the election. Mr. Kharge, who is close to Gandhi, is widely expected to become the next president of the Congress.

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