JAIPUR: The Bharatiya Janata Party's big journey called "Parivartan Sankalp Yatra" began on September 2nd. It's like a big adventure and is going to end with a super-duper rally led by our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in Jaipur on September 25th.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is poised to make his presence felt in Jaipur on the 25th of September, where he will be the keynote speaker at the closing ceremony of the four 'Parivartan Yatras.'
These four Yatras, spanning from September 19th to 22nd, will conclude their journeys in Alwar, Jaipur, Kota, and Jodhpur. The pièce de résistance, aptly named the 'Parivartan Sankalp Mahasammelan,' will take center stage in Jaipur on September 25th.
Narayan Panchariya, the Convenor of the State Election Management Committee, expressed, "This Yatra will etch itself into the annals of history, drawing an enormous gathering that will include party stalwarts and the common citizenry."
Initially slated to convene in Dhankya, Jaipur, the birthplace of Jan Sangh's founding figure, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya, the meeting's location has been relocated to Ajmer Road. This strategic move was made to leverage the event's political significance, coinciding with Upadhyaya's birth anniversary on September 25th.
With a total of 52,000 booths across Rajasthan, each booth has summoned ten dedicated workers for this momentous gathering. Prime Minister Modi has graced Rajasthan with his presence on eight separate occasions in the past 11 months.
From his visit to the Amba Mata temple in Gujarat on September 30th last year, where he traversed through Abu Road in Sirohi district, to subsequent visits to Mangarh Dham in Banswara on November 1, 2022, and Bhilwara for the third time on January 8 this year, Modi has been deeply engaged with the state. He notably participated in the birth anniversary festivities of Devnarayan, a revered deity within the Gujjar community.
On February 12th, the Prime Minister made his way to Dausa district to inaugurate the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, and on May 10th, he addressed massive gatherings at Nathdwara and Abu Road.
May 31st marked his sixth visit to the state when Modi launched the BJP's extensive public relations campaign in Ajmer. On July 8th, he inaugurated the Amritsar-Jamnagar Express Highway in Bikaner and laid the foundation stone for schemes valued at Rs 24,300 crore. Most recently, on July 27th, Modi took the stage at a public gathering in Sikar.