Amit Shah to arrive in Madhya Pradesh today, will conduct series of meetings in three-day visit
BJP chief Amit Shah will attend a series of meetings address students, release a book and meet heads of various social groups during a visit to Madhya Pradesh.
New Delhi/Bhopal: BJP chief Amit Shah will attend a series of meetings, including that of state unit office bearers, address students, release a book and meet heads of various social groups during a visit to Madhya Pradesh beginning on Friday.
Shah was to leave for Bhopal on Thursday but his plane developed a technical problem and hence he will now travel Friday morning, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said late on Thursday.
The visit from Friday is part of his 110-day nationwide tour to strengthen the party ahead of 2019 general elections. He will pay tributes to Deen Dayal Upadhyay and Raja Bhoj in Bhopal on Friday morning, BJP said in a statement.
He will attend a series of meetings with local party leaders including state unit office bearers, central office bearers, core group members, state spokespersons, MPs, MLAs, district presidents among others during his hectic three-day visit. The BJP chief will also address intellectuals and meritorious students, besides releasing a book written by Kailash Narayan Sarang.
During his visit Shah will plant a sapling at Kaliasot dam near Chhaoni village. He will meet chiefs of various social groups and saints at the Chief Minister's residence on second day of his visit.
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