Rahul Gandhi, the head of the Congress, said that he has knee pain when walking for long periods of time but that the support of the public keeps him going during a conversation with his party members during the ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra. The video of the encounter has gained a lot of popularity.
“Whenever I am finding that difficulty is getting more, then suddenly I am finding somebody is coming — doing something or telling me something that is removing the difficulty,” In the footage, we can hear Rahul Gandhi speaking.
The Bharat Jodo Yatra concluded in Kerala leg and is entering Karnataka. The interaction took place before the conclusion of the Kerala leg. On Thursday, the campsite moved from Kerala’s Nilambur to Tamil Nadu’s Gudalur where Rahul Gandhi addressed a rally. the 3,570-km march began from Kanyakumari on September 7 and will conclude in Jammu and Kashmir after 150 days.
“For example, yesterday, I was having a very rough time. Suddenly this girl came and gave me this letter. She quotes ‘with hardship, there has to be ease’. So suddenly, I am thinking hardship, hardship, hardship and then I get this letter. I am like ‘look, somebody has come to help me in my most difficult time’,” Rahul Gandhi said, and the party members laughed and enjoyed the amusing story.
Gandhi said that this had occurred each and every time he had a problem as he related the tale. He insisted that somebody from the public or some members of his party had stepped in to save him.