BJP’s ‘Parivartan Sankalp Yatra’ in Rajasthan begins
BJP national president J.P.Nadda flagged off the ‘Yatra’ at Swai Madhopur on Saturday amid the presence of a large number of party leaders and workers. Nadda also accompanied the ‘yatra’ for a few kilometres atop a specially designed chariot.
Nurturing dreams to return to power in the state, BJP has launched its much-hyped ‘Parivartan Sankalp Yatra’ (pledge to change march) across Rajasthan, where assembly poll is slated to be held in November/December this year.
BJP national president J.P. Nadda flagged off the ‘Yatra’ at Swai Madhopur on Saturday amid the presence of a large number of party leaders and workers. Nadda also accompanied the ‘yatra’ for a few kilometers atop a specially designed chariot.
Earlier addressing a public meeting at the Dussehra ground in Sawai Madhopur, the BJP national president accused the Congress government in the state of turning a blind eye to the problems of the people and indulging in large scale corruption.
‘’The only agenda of this government is loot and corruption….it has no interest in resolving the problems of the people,’’ he said.
Nadda also referred to the ‘’red diary’’ and alleged that the details of the corrupt deeds of the state government and the Congress ministers were mentioned in the diary.
The BJP chief also referred to the recently concluded two-day meeting of the grand opposition alliance I.N.D.I.A (Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance) of 28 parties at Mumbai and said that the members of the alliance were bothered more about saving their families rather than the country.
‘’Almost all the members of the opposition alliance are dynastic politicians and they are worried about the political future of their sons, nephews, daughters and other relatives….they hve no concern for the country,’’ Nadda said.
BJP’s ‘Parivartan Sankalp Yatra’ would traverse through the length and breadth of the desert state and showcase the schemes of the BJP led union government besides exposing the Ashok Gehlot government in the state.
While almost all senior state BJP leaders had lent support to the Yatra, former Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia appeared to be upset and had launched her own yatra in the state.