MP polls: Shivraj Singh Chouhan's 'Jan Ashirwad Yatra' ends in Indore

Bhopal, Oct 27: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's state-wide 'Jan Ashirwad Yatra' came to an end on Sunday in Indore.

On the last day of his 'ambitious' yatra, Chouhan addressed six Rath sabhas in Indore district, city BJP president Shankar Lalwani said.

Chouhan embarked on 50-day 'Jan Ashirwad Yatra' on July 22 by offering a puja at the Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain. During the yatra, he covered 224 Assembly constituencies out of total 230 and travelled a distance of 8,000 km.

With an aim to score a hat-trick in the upcoming Assembly elections on November 25, Chouhan even extended his yatra that was supposed to end on September 25 at the "KaryaKarta Mahakumbh" rally.

During the long road-show, Chouhan addressed a large number of public gatherings where he not only highlighted his government's achievements but also slammed the Opposition Congress for a series of allegations levelled against his government.

During the yatra, Chouhan took rest for two days in a week and during that time only he used to discharge his official duties.

Before the 2008 Assembly elections, Chouhan had embarked on a similar Yatra which was flagged off in the presence of many BJP leaders including LK Advani.

Today, Chouhan tweeted as his yatra came to an end:

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