4 Sept 2023

Madhya Pradesh: Uma Bharti Said This On Being Kept Away From BJP's Jan Ashirwad Yatra

Bhopal: Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and senior BJP leader Uma Bharti was not invited to participate in the Jan Ashirwad Yatra flagged off by party chief JP Nadda.

On not being invited to this visit, Uma Bharti said, "Maybe they (BJP leaders) got nervous. They thought that if I stay there, the attention of the whole public will be on me."

Uma Bharti said, "If Jyotiraditya Scindia helped BJP form the government (in 2020), I also helped him form the government with a big majority (in 2003)." 

Uma said that she did not receive the invitation.

She said, "I consider him (Scindia) as my nephew, but at least I was worthy of being invited to the launch of the yatra. Even if I don't go there, I will still campaign for the BJP and vote. The party will win in the upcoming elections."

Uma said, “MP under the BJP and Shivraj Singh Chouhan's regime, has made rapid strides in all spheres of development including road construction, per capita income, opening new medical colleges or industrial and agricultural growth. 

"The state is number one in the country. in various spheres, including cleanliness and sanitation, smart city development, water conservation and many major schemes of the Modi government, including the PM Swamitva Yojana, PM Awas Yojana and PM Matru Vandana Yojana."

First yatra was flagged off by Nadda 

The ruling BJP launched the first of its five Jan Ashirwad Yatras in assembly polls bound Madhya Pradesh on Sunday.

The first Jan Ashirwad Yatra was flagged off by the party national president JP Nadda from Lord Ram’s tapobhoomi Chitrakoot in Satna district.

The five Yatras will cover 10,500 km, while traveling 210 out of the 230 assembly segments of the poll-bound state. In the next three days, four more Jan Ashirwad Yatras will be flagged off by union ministers Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and Nitin Gadkari from other parts of the state. 

The five Yatras will conclude in Bhopal with the Karyakarta Mahakumbh on September 25 to be addressed by PM Narendra Modi.

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