New Delhi [India]Sep 10 (ANI): Union Home Minister Amit Shah is due to address the farewell ceremony of BJP’s CBO Morcha National Working Committee Meeting in Jodhpur on Saturday.
Notably, Jodhpur is the homeland of the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot.
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Shah is also due to speak at the inaugural session of the workers’ meeting at the BJP booth in Jodhpur.
National Morcha Chairman K Laxman, Union Labor Minister Bhupendra Yadav and BJP Rajasthan Unit Chief Satish Poonia inaugurated the two-day working committee meeting on Friday.
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Addressing the rally at the Bharatiya Janata Party OBC Morcha National Working Committee Meeting, Bhupender Yadav pointed out that whenever the issue of Other Backward Classes (OBC) reservation comes up, the Congress does not support it. . “Since 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has been continuously working for OBC,” he said.
The Minister of Interior, arrived Friday evening in Jaisalmer, for his two-day stay in Rajasthan. He was welcomed by Union Minister Kailash Choudhary, D Pankaj Kumar Singh, Managing Director of BSF and party leaders at Jaisalmer airport.
On Friday, he interacted with BSF officials in Jaisalmer and spent the night at the BSF Officers Institute.
Shah will visit the Tanot Mata temple in Jaisalmer on Saturday morning before departing for Jodhpur.
The Minister of Interior will lay the foundation stone of Tanot Mandir complex project today, Jaisalmer North Border Security Force Sector and Bhoomi Pujan of the project under the Ministry of Tourism’s Border Tourism Development Program .
Separately, the Shah will also pay tribute to soldiers killed in the 1965 Indo-Pakistani War on the “Victory Stambh” in Tanot.
Taking to Twitter, Shah said, “I will be participating in various programs in Virbhoomi Rajasthan. First of all, after bowing to the heroes at the Victory Pillar in Jaisalmer, I will worship Tanot Mata and worship the Tanot temple complex development plan.Then I will address the national working committee and the general conference of the BJP OBC Front stand chairman in Jodhpur.
Out of the 200 Assembly constituencies, 33 are in Jodhpur Division, 10 of which are in Jodhpur District. Of these, the BJP currently holds 14 seats, the Congress 17, while the Rashtriya Loktantrik Party and the Independents hold one seat each.
Assembly election in Rajasthan is expected to take place later in 2023. (ANI)
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