The Congress’s Jan Aakrosh Yatra, a public outreach program ahead of the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, started on 19 September from Rewa in the Vindhya region. The yatra will cover all 230 assembly segments in the state and will conclude in the first week of October.
Jan Aakrosh Yatra
Former Leader of Opposition and senior Congress leader Ajay Singh Rahul is leading the yatra from Rewa. He held a press conference at the Mahamrityunjaya temple in the fort of Rewa at 9.30 am on Tuesday morning. Addressing the workers, he informed them about the yatra and said that it will be 11400 km long. Starting from Rewa, it will reach Raisen district via Sidhi, Umaria, Katni, Jabalpur, and Narsinghpur. The journey will conclude in Bhojpur. This journey will cover a distance of 1400 km.
The outrage yatra will be passing through each assembly and will tell the 18-year failure of the Shivraj government. There will be a three-day visit to Rewa district. After this, the journey from Mohania Tunnel will go to Sidhi district.
Ajay Singh alleged that women are insecure in Madhya Pradesh, there is all-round corruption, the state government’s treasure is empty, and Shivraj is making announcements on announcements. He said that Shivraj has loaded so much debt on the state that it will be difficult to unload, and that the government is now stealing the schemes of other states.
Ajay Singh also announced that the Congress will keep the 11 promises made by Kamal Nath to the voters of Madhya Pradesh. These promises include:
- Benefits of old pension scheme to employees
- Rs 1500 per month to women
- Gas cylinder for 500 rupees
- 100 units of electricity waived, 200 units of bill half
- 27 percent OBC reservation benefits
- Benefits of caste census
- Old electricity bill of irrigation waived
- Pave the way for 12 hours of irrigation irrigation electricity
- The lawsuit forgiven the case forgiven
- 5 horsepower electricity bill waived to farmers
Ajay Singh will be in charge of one of the seven sub-yatras, which will cover the Vindhya region. The other six sub-yatras will be led by Jeetu Patwari, Dr. Govind Singh, Arun Yadav, Kamleshwar Patel, Suresh Pachauri, and Kantilal Bhuria.
The inauguration of the Jan Aakrosh Yatra was attended by senior Congress leaders, including state in-charge of Leader of Opposition Ajay Singh Rahul, Sanjay Kapoor, organization in-charge of the district Pratap Bhanu Sharma, General Secretary Brinabhushan Shukla, General Secretary Shiv Prasad Pradhan, General Secretary Manish Gupta, former MLA Ramgar Banwasi, former MLA Rajendra Mishra, District President Rural Rajendra Sharma, Mayor Ajay Mishra, City President Lakhanlal Khandelwal, former MLA Sukhendra Singh Banna, Mahila Morcha Vice President Kavita Pandey, former MLA Sheela Tyagi, and Congress leader Kapidhwaj Singh.
The Jan Aakrosh Yatra is seen as a litmus test for the Congress party ahead of the assembly elections. The party is hoping to capitalize on the public dissatisfaction with the Shivraj government and win back power in the state.
The Congress’s Jan Aakrosh Yatra is a significant event in the political landscape of Madhya Pradesh. It comes at a time when the state is gearing up for assembly elections in November. The yatra is seen as a litmus test for the Congress party, which is hoping to capitalize on the public dissatisfaction with the Shivraj government and win back power in the state.
The yatra will cover all 230 assembly segments in the state and will give the Congress leaders an opportunity to interact with the people and listen to their concerns. It will also be a platform for the party to highlight the failures of the Shivraj government and its own vision for the state.
The success of the yatra will depend on a number of factors, including the response of the people, the media coverage, and the party’s own organizational machinery. If the yatra is able to generate a positive response from the public, it could give the Congress a much-needed boost ahead of the elections.
However, the yatra also faces some challenges. The Shivraj government is likely to try to sabotage the yatra by administrative means. The party may also find it difficult to sustain the momentum of the yatra over a period of two weeks.
Overall, the Congress’s Jan Aakrosh Yatra is a bold gamble. If it is successful, it could help the party to win back power in Madhyapradesh.