Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election:BJP is conducting Jan Ashirwad Yatra in Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, to counter this, Congress took out ‘Jan Aakrosh Rally’ on Tuesday (19 September). Congress claims that this yatra is being carried out to give voice to the public’s anger and dissatisfaction against the Shivraj government. The yatra starting from Rewa and going to Central India via Mahakaushal will be led by senior Congress leader Ajay Singh. are doing. He started the public protest rally after the puja in the temple.
Ajay Singh will undertake a fourteen hundred kilometer long journey under the Jan Aakrosh Rally. They will go to Mahakaushal via Rewa and Bhojpur near Bhopal. Seven different routes have been decided in the state for Jan Aakrosh Yatras. Apart from Ajay Singh, Govind Singh from Sheopur, Arun Yadav from Jabera, Kamleshwar Patel from Chitrangi, Suresh Pachauri from Harda, Kantilal Bhuria from Khargone and Mandsaur. Jeetu Patwari has set out on a journey. The purpose of these yatras is to challenge BJP’s Jan Ashirwad Yatra.
Yatra will be held on 230 assembly seats
On this occasion, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said, "These yatras will be taken out in about 230 assembly seats in fifteen days through seven routes of Madhya Pradesh. There will be rallies and meetings during the yatra. The party has decided that Kamal Nath, Digvijay Singh and other big leaders of Congress will continue to participate in the yatra from time to time." He said that Congress is very optimistic about these yatras and its theme song has also been prepared in the name of ‘Chalo-Chalo’.
Congress will benefit from the election rally
At the same time, Congress leader Jitu Patwari said, "For the first time, Congress has undertaken such yatras for the assembly elections. Such efforts had never been made before. Congress hopes that this will have a significant impact on its electoral prospects and the party will be successful in getting public support and votes in the elections."
BJP’s taunt on Congress
On the other hand, BJP has taken a jibe at this yatra and said that there is anger among the public against Congress. That’s why public anger is taking out the rally. The public is blessing us, so we are on the path of public blessings.
Appeal to the public to give blessings
Let us tell you that BJP is taking out Jan Ashirwad Yatras in the entire state from September 3, which will conclude with the organization of a big rally in Bhopal on September 25. . This rally has been named ‘Karyaka Mahakumbh’ by BJP. Prime Minister to rally Narendra Modi will address. In 18 days, these yatras will go to about 210 Vidhan Sabhas and will appeal to the public for blessings.
The public is blessing us – Shivraj Chauhan
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan says that the public is blessing us, so we are taking out the Jan Ashirwad Yatra. Taking out Akrosh Yatra.