CM’s Jan Ashirvad Yatra from July 14

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 01 Jul 2018 11:24:20


Staff Reporter,

State President of Bharatiya Janata Party, Rakesh Singh on Saturday said that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh's Jan Ashirvad Yatra would commence after taking the blessings of Lord Mahakal in Ujjain, on July 14. During the Yatra, the Chief Minister would meet people and hold face-to-face discussion with them. Singh said Party National President, Amit Shah would flag off the Yatra and also address the inaugural ceremony programme of the Yatra.

The State President was addressing a divisional meeting of the party. He said the Yatra would be taken out in 230 Assemblies of the State. Singh said the State Government has ensured due benefits of a number of welfare schemes to people of every section of the society. Hence, people also gave huge support to the party. Now, the Chief Minister is again reaching to public through Jan Ashirwad Yatra to take their blessings.

Expressing his views on the occasion, State General Secretary, Ajay Pratap Singh said the BJP is serving masses since 14 years in the State. He said the party workers should ensure that more and more people participate in Jan Ashirvad Yatra. Singh said Jan Ashirvard Yatra is people's programme and it would create conditions in favour of the party.

He said in the first phase of the Yatra, to be taken out from July 14 to July 16, the Chief Minister would cover nearly 300-kilometer distance on the first day and would end the first phase at Ratlam. In this phase, Chief Minister's chariot would visit as many as 11 Legislative Assemblies.
Likewise, second phase of the Yatra would start after dharshan of Goddess Sharda at Maihar. The two-day Yatra would culminate at Nagod. The CM would reach people of seven Assemblies of Vindhyaanchal.

He informed that three more phases of the Yatra would take place in July and the series would continue till September. The Yatra would end during a grand Karyakarta Mahakumbh (workers' congregation) at Bhopal, on September 25. He called upon party workers to dedicate themselves for the party so that the goal, slogan "Abki Bar 200 Paar" could be achieved.

Amongst those participated in the meeting were State Farmer Welfare and Agriculture Development Minster, Gaurishankar Bisen, Minister of State for Public Health, Sharad Jain, State Minister Jalam Singh Patel, Member of Parliament Bodhsingh Bhagat, State Vice President, Vinod Gotia, State Secretary, Kanhaiyaram Raghuvanshi, State President Mahila Morcha, Lata Elkar, Divisional Organisation Secretary, Keshav Singh Bhadauria, and other senior office-bearers.