With Maharashtra assembly polls just months away, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis will begin his ‘Maha Janadesh Yatra’ from August 1 to reach out voters. Chief Minister’s Yatra will begin from August 1 from Gurukunj Mozari in Amravati district.
Chief Minister’s Yatra will be held in two phases and will spread across 30 out of the 36 districts. The first phase of the Yatra will begin from August 1 and will be culminated on August 9. The first phase will pass through the area in Vidarbha till Nandurbar in north Maharashtra.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) State Functionary, familiar with the development, claimed that Chief Minister will be holding 104 rallies, 228 swagat sabhas and 20 press conferences’ during the month-long plan.
Reportedly Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, speaking at the executive meet of the state BJP on Sunday, said that his ‘Janadesh Yatra’ will not affect the governance of the state.
Speaking about his Janadesh Yatra, Chief Minister urged party workers to ensure the success of the proposed yatra. Speaking in the meeting, Fadnavis said that more than party workers it is important that common people attend the rallies to hear him.
Incidentally, Aaditya Thackeray has also started his ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’ from July 18. This will be the first phase of ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’ and will be culminated on July 22. Aaditya Thackeray begun his Yatra from Jalgaon District on July 18 and will be in Dhule and Malegaon on July 19.
Later on July 20 and July, he will be Nashik and the rural part of the Nashik. The first phase will culminate at Shirdi on July 22. The State Polls in Maharashtra are slated for October-November this year.
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