Chouhan’s Jan Ashirwad Yatra in Shivpuri district
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Congress has nothing to do with development. Congress only believes in slogans. Indira Gandhi gave the slogan of ‘Garibi hatao’ and insulted the poor. It is the tradition of Congress to exploit and humiliate the poor.
Had Congress believed in development then Khaniadhana and Pichhor constituencies would not be lagging behind in development. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said this while addressing Jan Ashirwad Yatra at Khaniadhana under Pichhore assembly constituency of Shivpuri.
Chouhan’s Jan Ashirwad Yatra reached Shivpuri district on Sunday. Chouhan addressed a public meeting at Khaniadhana under Pichhore Assembly constituency of Shivpuri.
Speaking further Chouhan said that land of Khaniadhana is ‘Karmsthali’ of Chandrashekhar Azad and Nandeshwar Jinalaya. It is the land of saints, warriors and ‘Tapasvis’ and I extend ‘Pranam’ to this land. Earlier, local leaders and activists welcomed Chief Minister Chouhan and garlanded him. BJP National Vice-President Prabhat Jha was also present during Jan Ashirwad Yatra.
Khaniyadhana royal family members other leaders join BJP
Khaniadhana royal family member Rishabh Raja along with other leaders including Kalyan Singh Pal, Vijay Singh Bodh, Congress Mandal President Chetram Adivasi, Bunty Pal and hundred others joined BJP during public meeting of Chouhan at Khaniyadhana.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan also participated in road show when he reached Chanderi from Khaniadhana.Hundreds of people turned up to have a glimpse of CM. Moreover, CM Chouhan was also accorded rousing welcome at Sehrai, Chandehi, Imaliya and several other places in Pichhore Assembly constituency.
BJP National Vice-President Prabhat Jha, senior BJP leader Laxmi Narayan Gupta, Kisan Morcha State President Ranveer Singh Rawat, District President Sushil Raghuvanshi, Narendra Birthare, Raghvendra Sharma, Preetam Lodhi, Lokpal Lodhi, Jagram Singh Yadav, Omprakash Khatik, Devendra Jain and others were on the dais in the meeting during Jan Ashirwad Yatra.