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BJP’s Parivartan Yatra Flagged Off by Om Mathur in Chhattisgarh

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Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, upon learning that Home Minister Amit Shah would not be joining the BJP’s Parivartan Yatra at Dantewada, made a sarcastic remark, saying, “Imagine what the outcome will be like when the yatra began in such a way, what will be the end like.”
It’s important to note that Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Dantewada for the BJP’s Parivartan Yatra was canceled due to bad weather in Dlehi as he could not take off.
Meanwhile, BJP Chhattisgarh in-charge Om Mathur flagged off the Yatra in the presence of state president Arun Sao, BJP national vice president and former chief minister Dr Raman Singh, senior BJP leaders Brijmohan Agrawal, Kedar Kashyap, Mahesh Gagda and others. This yatra will continue for 16 days. The second leg of the yatra will be kicked off on September 16 at Jashpur. BJP national president J P Nadda will flag of the yatra.


Both yatras will culminate at Bilaspur on the same day and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to attend the concluding ceremony. These yatras will cover 87 assembly constituencies highlighting Central government’s achievements and Congress government’s failure in the state.
The objective of the yatras is to bring a change in the rule in Chhattisgarh.
Chhattisgarh Congress chief and Bastar MP Deepak Baij criticized the BJP’s yatra, calling it a copy of the Congress’s ideas. He stated that the BJP would not benefit from this journey and that tribal communities had been neglected for 15 years.
He expressed the desire for the BJP to pay tribute to the departed of the Jheeram Ghati and commence the journey with their blessings.
He criticized the BJP for neglecting various schemes in the state and called for them to visit other states like Manipur and Haryana to improve conditions there.
Regarding the “Rail Roko” protest, Baij mentioned that trains were being canceled during the festive season in the state, and BJP leaders were not addressing this issue. He announced plans for a one-hour rail protest on this matter.
Regarding the special session in Parliament about changes in Indian textiles affecting employees, Baij mentioned that working on unemployment and reducing inflation would be more beneficial for the country than changing the textile industry. He criticized Prime Minister Modi for making false statements and not addressing the concerns of the people in his “Mann Ki Baat” broadcasts.
Baij also commented on Civila Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia’s statements about the success of the G20 summit, saying that when Scindia was in Congress, he spoke the language of Congress, but now that he is in the BJP, he speaks the language of the BJP.

Arun Sao stated that the objective is to ensure a double-engine government in the state. When asked about who would become the Prime Minister in 2024, people unanimously answered that Narendra Modi would become Prime Minister again. Therefore, they are confident of winning 12 seats in Bastar and the entirety of Chhattisgarh, he said.
Sao further mentioned that a government that exploits the people of Chhattisgarh is in power. He criticized the Congress for not fulfilling any of its promises. He emphasized that if the people of Bastar know how to put someone in power, they also know how to remove them from power. He also blamed the Congress for depriving the Prime Minister of housing.
Former Raman Singh stated that blessings would be received, and the yatra would continue. He accused the Congress of disrespecting those who collected tendu leaves in Bastar and ending the Charan Paduka scheme initiated by the Congress government.
Om Mathur, the Pradesh In-charge, hoisted the green flag for the transformation journey.
Sao is leading the first phase of the journey. The first phase started from Dantewada and will conclude in Bilaspur. This 1,728-kilometer journey will take 16 days and include approximately 45 public meetings, 32 welcome gatherings, and 5 roadshows in different assembly constituencies.
In the second phase, the journey will be led by senior leader Narayan Chandel.
The total distance covered by both journeys will be approximately 2,989 kilometers, and leaders from the national to the state level of the BJP will participate at various locations.

Manish Tiwari

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