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Cong Seeks to Bolster Hold on Key MP Region with Rahul Yatra; BJP Launches Counter Campaign

The politically critical Malwa-Nimar locale of Madhya Pradesh assumed a vital part in moving the Congress to drive in 2018 following a hole of 15 years and the party is using the Rahul Gandhi-drove Bharat Jodo Yatra to reinforce its situation in the belt a year in front of the Gathering surveys.

The yatra’s emphasis on Malwa-Nimar during its Madhya Pradesh leg will assist the party with resuscitating its association at the grassroots level and furthermore permit it to receive constituent rewards, as indicated by a segment of Congress pioneers and political eyewitnesses.

Aware of the political meaning of the district, which represents 66 of the complete 230 Gathering seats, the decision Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), as well, has increased its determination to unite its situation in Malwa-Nimar and hold its hang on power in the state.

Gandhi’s crosscountry walk arrived at Baroda Ahir town, the origination of ancestral symbol and progressive Tantya Bheel in Pandhana tehsil in Khandwa locale on November 24, a day after the yatra entered Madhya Pradesh in Burhanpur region.

The Congress MP tended to a meeting at Baroda Ahir where he batted for the rebuilding of the freedoms of tribals and paid rich recognitions for Tantya Bheel.

Nonetheless, a day prior to that, Boss Clergyman Shivraj Singh Chouhan showed up at the town in ancestral ruled Nimar and hailed off Janjatiya Gaurav Yatra, an effort program of the BJP which is forcefully charming adivasis.

Chouhan likewise offered flower recognitions for Tantya Bheel and met his relatives during his visit.

Known as the Indian “Robin Hood”, Tantya Bheel is an equipped hailed as a progressive battle contrary to English rule for quite a long time. It is said the ancestral pioneer used to steal from the depositories of the English government and disseminate the looted abundance among poor people.

A BJP pioneer said the party is zeroing in on Malwa-Nimar, yet the whole state, where the Gathering surveys are expected by 2023-end, and contacting various portions of the general public.

State BJP secretary Rajneesh Agrawal told PTI, “Our party isn’t just working in the Malwa-Nimar district for a really long time yet in addition in different pieces of the state to merge its situation among individuals.” Six Janjatiya Gaurav Yatras are being taken out in MP and a different walk to spread mindfulness about the Panchayats (Expansion to Planned Regions) Act (PESA Act), as well, is in progress, he said.

Agrawal said these occasions were arranged by the BJP ahead of time as a feature of a procedure and they don’t have anything to do with Gandhi’s solidarity walk, what began in Tamil Nadu on September 7.

The focal government had last year pronounced November 15 as Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas to stamp the birth commemoration of ancestral pioneer Birsa Munda and recollect the commitment of ancestral political dissidents.

The PESA Act was formed to forestall the double-dealing of the ancestral populace. It gives unique powers to gram sabhas in booked regions, particularly in the administration of normal assets.

“The yatra isn’t acquiring a lot of help from individuals and it won’t help the Congress party,” Agrawal guaranteed.

In the 2018 Gathering decisions, out of the 66 seats in the Malwa-Nimar locale, the Congress had sacked 35 (the complete count was 114), a count which assisted the party with shaping its administration in Madhya Pradesh in December that year under the authority of Kamal Nath.

The BJP had got 28 seats, while three were won by Free movers.

In 2013, the BJP had won an astounding 56 seats in Malwa-Nimar, the Congress 9, and Free 1.

In any case, after the fall of the Kamal Nath-drove Congress government in Walk 2020 because of the acquiescence of 22 party MLAs and ensuing bypolls in 2020-2021, the BJP’s solidarity in the locale rose to 33. Then again, the Congress count was decreased to 30.

Out of these 66 seats, 22 are saved for booked clans (STs) and nine for planned stations (SCs).

The complete number of held seats in the district is 31 and among them, the Congress has 20 in its kitty and the BJP 10, while one Gathering portion is addressed by an Autonomous.

Out of the complete 22 ST seats, the Congress has 14 with it, while the BJP has seven and Autonomous one. The nine SC seats are disseminated between the Congress (6) and the BJP (3).

However Congress pioneers have kept up with that the motivation behind the yatra was not to look for appointive additions, the course arranged by its chiefs in Madhya Pradesh plainly demonstrates the foot-walk is centered around the Malwa-Nimar locale.

During its visit in MP, the yatra will be going through Burhanpur, Khandwa, Khargone, Indore, Ujjain, and Agar Malwa locale of the district prior to entering Rajasthan in the main seven day stretch of December.

Nonetheless, the solidarity walk’s effect will likewise be felt in different regions of Malwa, including Shajapur, Dewas, Barwani, Jhabua, Dhar, Alirajpur, Ratlam, Mandsaur and Neemuch, and past them to the whole state, Madhya Pradesh Congress general secretary JP Dhanopia said.

It will help the party not just in the following Gathering surveys in the state (2023), yet in addition in the parliamentary races (2024), Dhanopia said.

Be that as it may, senior Congress pioneer Digvijaya Singh said the 3,570km long Kanniyakumari to Kashmir yatra is above electing governmental issues and its goal is to save the Constitution and a vote based system in the country.

“We are not looking for votes through this yatra. There are not many things that can’t be connected with decisions,” the Rajya Sabha MP, the primary coordinator of the walk, said in Burhanpur after the yatra entered for its 380km long Madhya Pradesh leg.

Senior columnist Prakash Hindustani said however Congress pioneers are saying the yatra isn’t connected with decisions, Gandhi, during his collaborations, is addressing subjects that will unquestionably help the party in later surveys.

The Congress’ mass effort program will help the party in the Malwa-Nimar area and furthermore resuscitate its association at the ground level, he said.

Amit Chauhan
Amit Chauhan
Amit is a passionate news writer with an extensive background in journalism. He has been writing for various media outlets for the past five years and has won several awards for his work. Amit is highly knowledgeable about current affairs, politics, and international news. He is also experienced in exploring complex social issues and presenting them in a concise, accurate, and engaging manner. He is driven by the desire to inform and educate people through his writing.
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