26 Jun 2023

Madhya Pradesh: PM Modi’s Shahdol programme postponed; will now come to Shahdol on July 1


Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that in view of the possibility of heavy rains on Tuesday, June 27, the Prime Minister has postponed his visit to Lalpur and Pakaria in Shahdol. 

Lakhs of citizens were expected to reach for the programme in Lalpur. This programme of the Prime Minister has been postponed in view of the possible inconvenience that excessive rain can cause to the public. The Prime Minister wants that the citizens should not face any problem due to heavy rains. The road show in Bhopal has also been cancelled.

Modi will now come to Shahdol on July 1 and participate in the program to be held in Lalpur and Pakaria from 3 pm. Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan gave this information by tweeting. PM Modi's Shahdol program on June 27 has been postponed due to heavy rain warning.

At a public programme in Shahdol, Prime Minister was due to launch the National Sickle Cell Anaemia Elimination Mission. He was also due to distribute sickle cell genetic status cards to the beneficiaries and conclude Rani Durgavati Gaurav Yatras.

Now according to the new schedule, PM will flag off two Vande Bharat trains in Bhopal and address party workers in BJP's Mera Booth Sabse Shakti program. BJP President JP Nadda has reached Bhopal a day before PM's visit.

Holiday in many schools of Bhopal on 27 June

In view of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bhopal, many schools in the city have declared holiday on June 27. During the PM's visit, there will be traffic diversions in many places of the city due to which school vehicles would have to face difficulty in passing. In view of these problems, many schools have declared a holiday for tomorrow.

PM will address workers

PM Modi will flag off two Vande Bharat trains during his Bhopal tour. Along with this, the PM will address 3000 BJP workers from across the country at the Lal Parade ground. These workers from 543 Lok Sabhas have been selected by BJP through interviews. After training, these workers will be sent by BJP to different states, where they will train workers at local booths.

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