Raipur, Jun 02: As part of the exercise of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government at the Centre, the Union Health & Family Welfare Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda would be on day-long visit to Chhattisgarh on June 4 during which he would be highlighting the achievement of the Narendra Modi government on completion of 4 years in office.
According to information received, the Union Minister JP Nadda would be arriving here on Monday morning from Delhi. Apart from holding a press conference with the Raipur Parliamentarian Ramesh Bais, the visiting Union Health Minister would also be interacting with the party office-bearers.
BJP sources said that through the regular visits of central leaders, the ruling party wants to create political atmosphere in favour of the party ahead of the next Legislative Assembly elections slated to be held later this year. BJP General Secretary Kailash Vijajvargiya had held separate meeting with the Youth leaders at party headquarters this week whereas the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had not only inaugurated the Vikas Yatra undertaken by the Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh but had also attended series of events recently with the objective to create favourable atmosphere for the party.
BJP has already chalked out series of programme for Chhattisgarh. BJP President Amit Shah too is reported to be attending the Vikas Yatra in Sarguja on June 10. During his visit, the BJP National President would also review the preparations of the party for the next Legislative Assembly elections here. Amit Shah during his visit to tribal-dominated Sarguja region would hold talks with the objective to take lead in the tribal-dominated region as the principal opposition Congress has set a challenge for it.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also expected to visit Chhattisgarh next week during which he would interact with top leaders on key issues with the objective to strengthen the Organisation ahead of next elections.