BJP electoral office, media centre inaugurated

Bharatiya Janata Party inaugurated electoral office on Sunday. Divisional media centre was also opened at election office in the presence of national spokesperson Gopal Agrawal, Jafar Islam, Babulal Jain, Vivek Joshi, Shayam Bansal, Dr Chintamani Malviya and Paras Jain.

Jafar Islam said that media centre plays critical role during elections as it enables to communicate ideas to the citizens.  On the question of Ram temple he asserted that Ram temple is centre of belief of nation and BJP is committed towards it. He said member of parliament Rakesh Sinha will be bringing private member bill in parliament for Ram temple.

He asserted that congress is misleading the nation on Ram temple and nation should ask them about their stand on Ram temple. Either Congress should clear their stand otherwise they should stop misleading the people. State spokesperson and MP Dr Chintamani Malviya asserted that media centre will perform its responsibilities in organised and active way.

Media in-charges meeting held
BJP organised a divisional media in-charges and assistant media –in-charge meeting at Bhagwati Park hotel. National spokesperson Gopal Agrawal and Jafar Islam addressed the members and directed them to speed up the publicity campaigns for the election. Sachin Saxena, Pankaj Chouhan, Shambhu Agrawal and Pawan Somani were present in the programme.

Jain to file nomination today
Bharatiya Janata Party’s Ujjain north constituency candidate Paras Jain will present nomination for assembly election on Monday. He will visit Mahakaleshwar temple prior to filling of nomination. Vivek Joshi informed that rally will be organised for his nomination and it will begin from VD cloth market at 11 am and will reach district electoral office where Paras Jain will fill nomination.

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