The Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra
The Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra

The Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra has begun and is spreading its goodness in full swing in the desert state. The 58-day and 6,000-km long yatra will be flagged off by Party President Amit Shah, who arrived in Rajsaman today. He will be flagging off the Suraj Sarthi bus at Kankroli village in Rajsamand district today.

Before the bus left for Rajsamand, it was garlanded and puja was performed by CM Raje at her residence. There will be 135 public meetings and the success vehicle of Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra will be traveling to as many as 500 places in the state. The yatra will be concluded in Pushkar on September 30, 2018. The Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra

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Today morning, CM Raje reached the Charbhuja temple in Rajsamand and offered her prayers. Later, she travelled 25 km to Kankroli on a helicopter for the public meeting. President Amit Shah flagged off the yatra, amidst an excited audience and a vivid atmosphere. The Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra

If the government has worked, it is always better to interact with people and know what they feel. The idea of meeting people, interacting with party workers is always good. It is another mantra for success, after all, it’s the public and the party workers which have the power of success.

CM Raje, Ashok Parnami, Gulab Chand Katariya will be attending the yatra for 40 days, while for the remaining 18 days, there will be other ministers who will be a part of the yatra. The Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra

Congress, however, has already started to slam BJP. They said that this is a futile waste of public money but is it the truth? Is the money allocated towards the welfare of the public a waste of money? If that is so, Congress possibly doesn’t understand finances, just like it doesn’t understand development.

They also vented their angst and announced that they will be asking questions from the CM on a daily basis. Well, isn’t asking futile questions a waste of time? Neither is it contributing to the public welfare nor is it contributing to their party.

Addressing the issues of the public and following up with them is sound politics and trait of impeccable governance. And following up is what Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra is all about. Whether or not the Yatra is futile can be left for the public to decide.

The BJP has already named Raje as its chief ministerial candidate in the coming assembly elections. The party has also claimed that it will win over 180 of the 200 seats.

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