BJP workers walk 700 km to meet PM Modi, complete journey in 22 days

Bhopal: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) activist Chhote Lal Ahirwar from Sagar district of Madhya Pradesh arrived in Delhi on foot today to meet PM Narendra Modi. PM Modi also met him warmly. Pictures of the two meetings are going viral on social media. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has heaped praise on PM Modi for tweeting on the issue. He tweeted that PM Modi has a lot of love for the people. Every citizen of the country is very precious to him.

 

CM Shivraj further said that BJP worker Chhote Lal Ahirwar reached Delhi on foot from Deori in the Sagar district. PM Modi met the party worker and overwhelmed everyone. Chhote Lal Ahirwar met PM Modi with BJP's election symbol Kamal Wala Gamcha tied to his forehead and party's Gamcha around his neck, during which PM Modi discussed several important issues with him, during which Chhote Lal was also seen listening carefully to PM Modi's words.

Meanwhile, PM Modi asked him why he needed to come to Delhi on foot to meet him. Responding to this, Chhote Lal said that if he had not come on foot, he might not have met. After the meeting, Chhote Lal said that PM Modi hugged him as soon as he saw him. Chhote Lal had arrived to meet PM Modi wearing a BJP-flagged dress. He submitted a demand letter from PM Modi regarding the setting up of a factory in the Deori area. Meanwhile, PM Modi briefed him about the schemes being run for the poor.

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