Assembly Elections 2018: Amit Shah reaches poll bound Madhya Pradesh; BJP chief will distribute election tickets and sops
With the state election around the corner, BJP is leaving no stone unturned in capitalizing the vote share and retaining the high anti-incumbent state of Madhya Pradesh.
Today, BJP president Amit Shah visited the poll bound state where he will hold rallies in Hoshangabad and Bhopal. He will be addressing the party workers and leaders of the state.
Amit Shah will also reportedly distribute election tickets and other sops in the state where BJP has been in power since last 15 years, under the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
During his visit, Amit Shah will take party functions in Hoshangabad, Satna, Rewa, Dindori and Jabalpur districts in the run up to the elections scheduled to be held on November 28, state BJP president Rakesh Singh said on Saturday.
Amit Shah will be staying in Bhopal as the trip is due for 14th and 15th of October.
On Monday, Amit Shah will visit the famous temple town of Khajuraho, and afterwards he will proceed to Satna and Rewa districts to address two party functions.
Thereafter, Shah will take a helicopter to reach Dindori district, where he will address a tribal function, the state BJP president said.
भाजपा राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष श्री अमित शाह आज शाम 4 बजे मध्य प्रदेश में होशंगाबाद और भोपाल संभाग के कार्यकर्ताओं के सम्मेलन को संबोधित करेंगे। लाइव देखें https://t.co/vpP0MInUi4 पर। pic.twitter.com/M3qi4Ns4dU— BJP (@BJP4India) October 14, 2018
BJP is battling with an agrarian crisis in the state, after protests and strikes by the farmers and several workers union association. To visit the temple town, Amit Shah might be targeting the upper class Hindu voters, who have been outraged by the Shivraj government over SC/ST Act and have violenty protested against the decision of the Central government, to go against the Supreme Court’s verdict.