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Advani?s yatra to enter MP on Apr 25

SENIOR BJP leader LK Advani?s ?Bharat Suraksha Yatra? would enter Madhya Pradesh via Shahdol on April 25 and it would remain in the state for five days.

india Updated: Mar 28, 2006 16:15 IST

SENIOR BJP leader LK Advani’s “Bharat Suraksha Yatra” would enter Madhya Pradesh via Shahdol on April 25 and it would remain in the state for five days.

The State BJP organising secretaries’ meeting, held today at the BJP office, reviewed the party’s preparations for the yatra. The State BJP president Satyanarayan Jatia, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and the State BJP organising general secretary Kaptan Singh Solanki attended the meeting. 

Solanki informed that while the yatra would enter MP via Shahdol on April 25 the last place it would pass through in the state is Neemuch. The workers would see off the yatra at Nayagaon in Neemuch on April 29.

He said the yatra would have night halts at four places in the state namely Jabalpur, Bhopal, Ujjain and Mandsaur. The Member of Parliament Vikram Verma was given the responsibility as the yatra-in-charge. A team of two leaders would be assigned the task of looking after yatra arrangements daily.

The yatra would undertake the journey from Jabalpur to Bhopal on April 26. Sartaj Singh and Kailash Soni would head the team of workers. Advani would travel from Bhopal to Ujjain on April 27. Rameshwar Sharma and Nemichand Jain would look after the arrangements on that day.

On the 28th yatra would cover the stretch from Ujjain to Mandsaur. Kailash Chawla and Madan Sankhla would monitor the arrangements. On April 29 the yatra would leave Mandsaur to pass through Nayagaon. Manohar Jain and Dileep Parihar would be in-charge of yatra affairs for the day.

Solanki said that a control room would be set up at the State BJP office. Umashankar Gupta and Rajendra Rajpur would be control room in-charges. Deepak Vijayvargiya would be media-in-charge while Vishnu Sharma would assist him as deputy in-charge.