Friday, 7 October 2011

BJP Delhi Pradesh felicitates Shri Advani before the start of Jan Chetna Yatra

Indian politics will enter into new era with Jan Chetna Yatra - L.K. Advani

Speaking in the felicitation ceremony organised by BJP Delhi Pradesh today before the start of Jan Chetna Yatra, Shri Lal Krishan Advani told that after independence our leaders and the people of the country thought about making the country Vishwa Guru.  We got freedom, but did not get good governance.  Jan Chetna Yatra will be started for the new future of the people of the country and for starting a new chapter.  With this Yatra the history of the country will enter into a new chapter which will change the direction of Indian politics in the coming years.  This Jan Chetna Yatra will prove to be milestone for fulfilling the resolution of the BJP for good governance for clean politics. 

Speaking in the felicitation ceremony, the Yatra Convenor Shri Ananth Kumar told that BJP is committed for good governance and healthy politics in the country.  People of the country are disappointed with the Congress Government.  Once again Shri Advani will awaken the public by undertaking Rath Yatra passing through every village and city for the purpose of awakening people with regard to bringing back black money stashed in the foreign countries, starting electoral reforms, legal reforms, administrative reforms and political reforms.  Pradesh President  Shri Vijender Gupta presided over the function.  On this occasion a momento was presented to Shri Advani ji and the office bearers wished him success.

Felicitating Shri Advani ji, Shri Gupta told that the country wants good governance, but the present Government is pushing the country towards corruption, price spiral, terrorism, anarchy.  There is great disappointment among the people of the country.  People want to get rid of the Congress Government.  Only BJP can provide good governance, clean politics and a Government free from corruption.  The father of clean politics Shri Advani had taken a brave decision to start Jan Chetna Yatra for spreading ray of hope among the frustrated people of India.  This Yatra will give a new direction to Indian politics.  It will change the Indian politics.  On this occasion the people raised slogans 'Jagi Chetna Desh Chala Hai - Bhajpa Ka Chakra Chala Hai'.

Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad told that Shri Advani ji has kept his life free from any taint.  Many times opposition parties attacked him due to political reasons.  Congress Party tried to implicate him in Hawala case.  Advani ji immediately resigned after being charged and assumed office only after being acquitted by the Court.  Today the greatest need is good governance, clean and transparent politics and public oriented state.  Only the BJP can provide all this.  Three Governments of independent India have created history.  These are the Governments of Lal Bahadur Shastri, Morarji Desai and Shri Atal Behari Vajpayee.

          Jan Chetna Yatra of Shri Advani ji will start from the birth place of Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan's birth place Shitab Diyara in Chhapra District.  Here the Chief Minister of Bihar Shri Nitish Kumar will flag off the Yatra.  On 12th October, it will pass through Bhojpur, Baksar, Kamur District and entered Varanasi on 13th October.  On 14th October, the Yatra will enter Satna District of Madhya Pradesh and passing through Jabalpur, Narsinghapur, Hoshangabad enter Nagpur District of Maharashtra on 17th October.  Passing through Andhra Pradesh on October 18, Assam on October 20, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and West Bengal on October 20, it will enter Jharkhand on 21st October.  Passing through Andaman Nicobar, Orissa, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Goa, it will reenter Maharashtra on 2nd November. Passing through Mumbai, Dadar and Nagar Haveli, Daman Dew on 4th November, it will enter Gujrat on the 6th November.  Passing through Walsad, Navasari, Surat, Bharuch, Vodadara, Anand, Ahmedabad it will enter Rajasthan on 9th November.  The yatra will enter Haryana on 12th November, Punjab on 13th November, Himachal Pradesh on 16th November, and passing through J & K, Chandigarh, it will enter Ambala on 17th November.  On this day the Yatra passing through Uttarakhand.  Enter Bijnour of UP on 18th November.  After passing through NCR Jan Chetna Yatra will conclude in Delhi in a grand ceremony.

          National Secretary Arti Mehra, Mayor of Delhi Rajni Abbi, Deputy Mayor Anil Sharma, Yogendra Chandoliya, Sarita Chaudhary, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Leader of the House Subhash Arya, Organisational General Secretary Vijay Sharma, Pradesh Vice Presidents Pawan Sharma, R.P. Singh, Vijay Jolly, Dr. Kanwar Sain, Radhey Shyam Sharma, Imran Ismail, General Secretaries Ramesh Bidhuri, Pravesh Verma, Ashish Sood, Secretaries Narender Tandon, Kamaljeet Sehrawat, Kuljeet Chahal, Ravinder Gupta, Vandana Bhagat, Dr. Abhilasha Sharma where present in the felicitation ceremony.

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