With commitment to change, BJP will organize ‘Parivartan Yatra’ from September 12

RaipurThe Bharatiya Janata Party is planning to organize a Parivartan Yatra in the state. Its inauguration will be done by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on September 12. The Parivartan Yatra will commence from the Maa Danteshwari Temple in Dantewada. It is also being reported that Prime Minister Narendra Modi may also participate in this yatra. Additionally, senior leaders including BJP National President JP Nadda and central ministers will also be part of the Parivartan Yatra.BJP State President Arun Sao shared this information during a press conference. He mentioned that two yatras will be organized in Chhattisgarh to bring about a change. The first yatra will commence on September 12 from Dantewada and will last for 16 days. This 1,728-kilometer-long yatra will cover 21 districts, and large public gatherings will be held during this period. The coordinators for the yatra are Shivratan Sharma and Mahesh Gagda.On the other hand, the second yatra will commence from Jashpur on September 16 and will be led by coordinator Motilal Sahu. Both yatras will conclude in Bilaspur, and Prime Minister Modi is expected to be part of the concluding event. A plan has been made for all state leaders to participate in the yatra for two days each. During the first yatra, BJP State President will be present, while during the second yatra, opposition leaders will participate. The yatras will cover a total of 87 assembly constituencies, including 84 public meetings and 85 welcome meetings. Both yatras will cover a distance of 2,989 kilometers. The BJP will release the road map for the yatras soon.Regarding the participation of three other assembly constituencies, Sao stated that there will be collective participation at some locations. The route for Bijapur, Sukma, and Antagarh is separate from the main route, but people’s participation will be ensured.

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