BJP engaged in helping SC voters in the election year: Sant Ravidas Jan-Jagran Yatra will start from 5 places of the state, will start from July 25

Shabbir Ahmed, Bhopal. Assembly elections are to be held in Madhya Pradesh this year. In view of this, all the political parties have started helping different sections. In this episode, BJP is preparing to help SC vote bank. Actually, Sant Ravidas Jan Jagran Yatra will be taken out from 5 places of the state. It will start from Neemuch district from 25th July. The yatra will conclude on August 12 at Sagar.

For the construction of Saint Shiromani Shri Ravidas Temple to be built in Sagar, Jan-Jagaran Yatra will start from 5 places of the state from July 25. In Jan-Jagran Yatra, a handful of soil and river water will be collected from common people for the construction of Sant Ravidas temple. A chariot dedicated to the personality and works of Sant Ravidas will also move during the yatra. There will also be a picture of Saint Ravidas ji, Paduka and Kalash in the chariot, which will be worshiped at different places. The proverbs of social harmony will also be mentioned on the chariot.

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Arrangements will be made by the organizing committee constituted under the chairmanship of the Minister in-charge in the districts through which this yatra will pass. The first yatra will start from Neemuch City in Neemuch district. The second yatra will start from Mandav in Dhar district. The third yatra will start from Sheopur, the fourth yatra from Bijatola in Paraswada area of ​​Balaghat district.

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The fifth yatra will start from Baidhan in Singrauli district on July 25. All these yatras will reach Sagar on 12th August. It will end ceremonially at Sagar. These yatras will pass through 50 districts of the state. It is noteworthy that a grand temple of Sant Ravidas ji is proposed to be constructed at Badtuma in Sagar district. Let us inform that there are about 16 percent SC voters in Madhya Pradesh. 35 seats are reserved for SC category. In the year 2018, BJP had won 18 out of these 35 reserved seats.

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