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Ujjain: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan to inaugurate Jan Ashirwad Yatra today


Ujjain: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will arrive in the city on Saturday at 10.20 am where he will take part in several programmes. According to official information he will participate in plantation programme and address public meeting at Nanakheda Stadium. He will also pay obeisance at Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple. Public relation minister Narottam Mishra will also visit the city and attend programmes along with him.

Mandi vice-president to handover memorandum

Krishi Upaj Mandi vice-president Sheru Patel said that farmers have not got payment against sale of gram crops even after two-and-a-half month. He further said that in spite of several reminders, officials have refused to pay heed to the matter. Hence a memorandum will be handed over to the chief minister on his arrival.

Guest faculties to hand over memorandum

Guest faculties will meet CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan on his arrival on Saturday and discuss their problem. Neeta Tomar said that on behalf of guest faculties working in various government colleges, a delegation will meet CM Chouhan and inform him about their problems and demands.

Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha condemns lavish expenditure on preparations of Yatra

Akhil Baharatiya Hindu Mahasabha spokesperson Manish Singh Chouhan alleged that BJP government was wasting public money for political benefits. He stated that government was anti-Hindu and had sent several Hindus to jail. He alleged that government had wasted crores of rupees in the name jan-ashirwad yatra and used government machinery for political benefits, he added.