Shah to address 'Ekatam Parv' in MP today
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah will address 'Ekatam Parv' on Monday in Omkareshwar of poll-bound Madhya Pradesh. Shah also will unveil Adi Shankaracharya's 108 ft high statue there.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will also accompany Shah in the programme along with other senior party leaders of both State and national and other State ministers.
Chauhan's tenure is also known for mass engaging programmes, like 'Narmada Yatra' in last year. During that time he announced the Ekatam programme for collection and storage of metal for the statue. It can be denoted as the 'Janjagran Abhiyan.'
The integrated journey started from December 19, 2017 and will end with Shah's address in Gajanan Ashram.
The result of civic poll has put the incumbent leadership in worry—where Congress bagged nine president posts in 19 civic bodies on Saturday, tying the BJP, which too, won nine top posts. However, the political experts feel that to scenes the political pulses ahead of the Assembly election in the state of Madhya Pradesh the mass oriented programme has been organised.
Around 500 people from Chambal division will participate. In order to arrange of transport, housing, food have been entrusted to the collectors of the three districts of the division.
Commissioner Dr MK Agarwal said that 200 people from Muarena, 200 from Bhind and 100 participants from Shiyopur district will also be sent to join Ekatmya festival.