Bharatiya Janata Party organized a big meeting of its booth level workers in Indore. Which was addressed by Union Home Minister Amit Shah. This was the third visit of the Home Minister in less than 20 days. And just a few kilometers away, senior Congress leaders including two former chief ministers Digvijaya Singh and Kamal Nath as well as ex-JNUSU president, NSUI national in-charge Kanhaiya Kumar addressed a tribal youth mahapanchayat.
Addressing BJP workers, Amit Shah urged them to aim for victory in 2023. He also urged the booth level workers of BJP to work hard in the next general elections to ensure PM Narendra Modi’s third term as the Prime Minister. He said, “It is not the leaders sitting on this dais that win elections for the BJP, it is our booth-level workers who make us win elections.”
Terming PM Modi as the “messiah of the poor” for launching a large number of pro-poor schemes, Amit Shah said the Congress did nothing for the poor when it was in power in the state for 70 years. He also took a dig at the previous Congress governments led by Digvijaya Singh and Kamal Nath, comparing their works with the achievements of the BJP governments in the state for over 18 years.
Amit Shah said, “No new industry started in Kamal Nath’s 15-month rule, whatever new industry has been established is the result of the Modi government at the Center and the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government in the state.” The issue of surgical strike on earth, construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya and abrogation of Article 370 was also raised.
Meanwhile, addressing a tribal youth mahapanchayat, former chief ministers Digvijaya Singh and Kamal Nath assured that all the demands raised by the tribal youth through a “mang-patra” at the mahapanchayat on Sunday would be included in the party’s election manifesto. Will go. Hitting out at the BJP and its leaders, Kanhaiya Kumar accused the party of pitting tribals against non-tribals in Manipur, where caste violence has been taking place since May. He also questioned the silence of the country’s first tribal president, Draupadi Murmu, when tribal women were paraded naked in Manipur.
He also hit out at state Home Minister Narottam Mishra, saying, “Instead of focusing on what Deepika Padukone is wearing in a film, you (Mishra) should be concerned about how women, tribals are living in Madhya Pradesh.” And what is happening to Dalits.” Indore serves as the center for 66 seats in the western and south-western regions of the state, known as the Malwa-Nimar region.
Over the years, the party that won Malwa-Nimar (the MP region with the most seats) with 66 seats has formed the state government. The BJP had captured 57 of the 66 seats in the region in 2013, while the Congress lagged far behind with only nine seats. However, Congress got 36 seats after five years. The BJP could win only 27 seats, while three seats went to Congress rebels who were contesting as independents.