Mission 2019: Amit Shah on three-day Haryana visit

Amit shah is giving speech

Amit Shah will be camping in Rohtak as the BJP is eyeing political gains from the district, which is considered as the nerve centre of the state’s politics. He will begin his three- day visit on 2 August from Bahadurgarh which is 70 kilometres away from Delhi. Shah is slated to hold a series of meetings and review works undertaken by the M L Khattar government during his three-day stay. Shah will be attending 27 programmes, including 17 meetings with BJP MLAs and others. During his stay, Shah will also be holding meetings with the state unit core group, various morchas of the party and intellectuals.

He has received a grand welcome at ‘the gateway of Haryana”. He was honoured with a traditional Haryanvi Turban (pugri). Enroute Rohtak, Shah was welcomed by party workers at eight different points.
At Bahadurgarh, Shah was received by Khattar, some of his Cabinet colleagues including Ram Bilas Sharma, Capt Abhimanyu, Krishan Lal Panwar and state BJP president Subhash Barala. Amit Shah is looking to consolidate its position after being in power for almost three years.
Amit Shah is looking to consolidate its position after being in power for almost three years. On the concluding day of his visit, Shah will address some meetings where the focus will be to work hard on ‘vistarak yojna’ (expansion plan) which was initiated across the country to strengthen BJP in view of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
On the concluding day of his visit, Shah will address some meetings where the focus will be to work hard on ‘vistarak yojna’ (expansion plan) which was initiated across the country to strengthen BJP in view of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
Rohtak has been chosen as the venue for Amit Shah’s visit as it has been the party’s venue for decades. Congress had managed to win only one Lok Sabha seat from Haryana in the 2014 parliamentary election as Bhupinder Singh Hooda‘s son Deepender Singh retained his Rohtak seat.
The BJP chief is on an 110-day country-wide tour which began in Jammu in April this year.