Nadda had darshan of Mahakal with CM

  • Says will wim all 29 seats in MP

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
BJP National President JP Nadda was on Indore-Ujjain visit on Wednesday. After reaching Indore at around 11 pm, JP Nadda reached the Circuit House in Ujjain. From here he reached the Mahakal temple to have darshan of Lord Mahakaleshwar. Nadda’s wife Mallika Nadda and son also had darshan of Baba Mahakal. Nadda was given a warm welcome by BJP workers at the helipad.

Assistant Administrator of Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple, Moolchand Junwal said that Nadda directly reached Mahakaleshwar Temple where he worshiped and anointed Baba Mahakal from the Garbhagrah. Special puja darshan of Baba Mahakal was conducted in the temple by Pandit Ram Guru, Pandit Akash Guru, Pandit Arpit Guru through JP Nadda and family members. Nadda Baba left from Ujjain after having darshan of Mahakal and taking his blessings. During this time, State Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav, State Organization General Secretary Hitanand Sharma, Madhya Pradesh Lok Sabha in-charge Dr. Mahendra Singh were also present with him. Speaking on the occasion, Nadda said that this time the BJP will win all 29 seats in the state.

Earlier in Indore, addressing the party workers Nadda, while remembering the old days, said that BJP has also seen the time when people used to sell their lands and contest elections to keep the lamp of Jan Sangh burning even when defeat was certain. Today Bharatiya Janata Party has become the largest party in the world. Today BJP’s worker conference is also bigger than the public meetings of other parties.

JP Nadda further said that today’s worker is very fortunate. He is a worker of that political party, on whose face the confidence of victory is clearly visible even before contesting the elections. He said that the party has also seen the time when candidates had doubts about their victory at the time of filing nomination papers. At the same time, today we are also seeing a time when we are not talking about victory but about the difference in votes.

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