29 Dec 2023

Madhya Pradesh: Ex-CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said this on Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Nyay Yatra

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan strongly condemned the remarks made by Indian Overseas Congress President Sam Pitroda. Shivraj asserted, "The Congress consistently raises doubts about Lord Ram, who is revered and unquestionably exists." He also slammed Congress for Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Nyay Yatra, claiming that wherever Rahul Gandhi goes, the Congress encounters adversity.

Worship and going to the temple is connected to the beliefs of crores of people

Sam Pitroda, had shared his views on the Ram Temple and the people who visit it. In response to journalists' inquiries about Pitroda's statement, former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has criticized the Congress. Shivraj emphasized that visiting a temple is a personal matter of faith, and Congress should refrain from interfering in it. The act of worship and going to the temple is intricately connected to the beliefs of crores of people. Lord Ram is revered, acknowledged as a divine presence, and holds significant spiritual importance. Chouhan questions why the Congress consistently raises doubts about this sacred aspect.

Congress will lose in all 29 seats

Shivraj Singh Chouhan stated, "Rahul Gandhi had previously organized the Bharat Jodo Yatra. While India is already united, it is a historical fact that his ancestors played a role in its division."

Without explicitly mentioning Rahul Gandhi, Chouhan remarked that wherever he travels, Congress faces challenges and setbacks. In the past, his yatra included Madhya Pradesh, leading up to subsequent assembly elections with clear results. Looking ahead, as Lok Sabha elections approach, Chouhan confidently predicted that Congress will lose in all 29 seats.

Yatra might cover about five Lok Sabha seats

Between November 23 and December 4, 2022, the 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' traversed a distance of 380 km, spanning six districts in the Malwa-Nimar region of Madhya Pradesh: Burhanpur, Khandwa, Khargone, Indore, Ujjain, and Agar-Malwa. 

It is anticipated that the route for the upcoming yatra will be reversed, aiming to explore a different areas. Currently, there is no disclosed information regarding the specific districts through which this Yatra will pass. According to sources, the Yatra might cover approximately five Lok Sabha seats.

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