Bhopal, Oct 11 (UNI) Main opposition Congress will organise 'Jan-Jagaran Yatra' to arouse people's no trust against the Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led BJP government in Madhya Pradesh before moving a no-confidence motion in the winter session of the Assembly.
The decision, to organise the 'Yatra' across the state to make the no confidence motion ''people-sponsored'', was taken at a party meeting presided over by leader of opposition in the Assembly Jamuna Devi, the party announced today.
''These yatras would be taken out next month, though the date and venue was yet to be decided,'' Ms Jamuna Devi told reporters.
The 'yatras' proposed at 34 places would converge in the state capital and would be attended by party's senior leaders.
''Corruption-related cases of incumbent chief minister, former chief ministers and other BJP leaders would be unveiled with evidences during these yatras'', Ms Devi added.
AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh, who headed the 12-member committee formed to draft 'no confidence' resolution, and state Congress President Subhas Yadav were among those present.