Ensure resounding win for BJP, Shah to party workers 

Bhopal: During his three-day visit to poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, Union Home Minister Amit Shah carried out various activities. On the second day of his stay, he began by garlanding the statue of Raja Bhoj situated near VIP Road in Bhopal.

Later, he traveled to Khajuraho in Chhatarpur district, where he presided over a divisional meeting for the Sagar division. In his address, he fervently encouraged the party workers present to ensure a resounding victory for the party in both the Madhya Pradesh Assembly and Lok Sabha elections. On the stage with him were State President and Member of Parliament Vishnudutt Sharma, Union Minister and State Election In-charge Bhupendra Yadav, Union Minister and State Election co-incharge Ashwini Vaishnav, State Organisation General Secretary of the party Hitanand, and Union Minister Virendra Kumar Khatik.

Party officials and public representatives from the Sagar division also attended the meeting. Amit Shah motivated the attendees with the slogan “We will win the booth, we will win the election” and reviewed the Assembly seats within the division.

Cong left MP in a state of disarray and underdevelopment

Following his engagement in Khajuraho, Shah proceeded to Ujjain, the city of Mahakal, to campaign for the BJP. During his speech, he criticized the Congress party, referring to their past governance of Madhya Pradesh as leaving the state in a state of disarray and underdevelopment, labeling it a ‘Bantadhar’ and ‘Bimaru’ state. He highlighted the stark contrast brought about by the BJP’s governance, noting that the state has seen substantial development in every corner over the course of 18 years. Amit Shah remarked that during Congress’s time, various scandals involving individuals like Alaya, Mallya, and Jamalya were prevalent, but the BJP government has now ushered in a new era of development in Madhya Pradesh. He cited impressive statistics, such as the increase in the state’s budget from Rs 23,000 crore to Rs 3,15,000 crore, and the rise in per capita income from Rs 11,000 to Rs 1,40,000. Additionally, the BJP government has significantly expanded the road network, from inheriting 60,000 km of roads to building 5,60,000 km of roads. Shah called out Kamal Nath, urging him to reflect on the state’s transformation.

Shah credits Modi for bringing about substantial changes

Amit Shah went on to mention the significant rise in tourism, with 64 lakh tourists in the past growing to 9 crore tourists visiting the state. He attributed this positive change to the BJP’s commitment to development. He also credited Prime Minister Narendra Modi for bringing about substantial changes in the country, enhancing India’s presence on the global stage.

Shah highlighted the BJP’s successful initiatives, such as the creation of the Mahakal Lok, even in the face of opposition from the Congress. He praised the construction of the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership and underscored the BJP government’s dedication to ensuring the safety and security of the nation. In conclusion, Amit Shah questioned whether individuals who opposed such transformative efforts should be entrusted with the governance of Madhya Pradesh.

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