Modi to visit Ambedkar’s birthplace on April 14


New Delhi:  In an attempt to woo Dalits, the BJP on Sunday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mhow in Madhya Pradesh, the birthplace of the constitution’s architect Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar on his birth anniversary.

The party has also chalked out a programme to woo Dalits by celebrating social harmony programmes at the panchayat level.

“The prime minister will visit Mhow on April 14, the birth anniversary of Dr. Ambedkar. A mega event will be held on the occasion,” Home Minister Rajnath Singh said at a press conference after the two-day national executive meet of the BJP here.

He said the party has chalked out various future programmes and will reach out to every section of the marginalised society.

“From April 14 to 16, our leaders and party cadres will hold social harmony programmes at the panchayat level. During the period, they will convey the messages of Dr. Ambedkar to the people and will reward the talented students of that panchayat,” he said.

“Other than this, we will also convey our thoughs about Dr. Ambedkar to the people,” he added.

Rajnath Singh said Modi will also visit Jamshedpur in Jharkhand on April 24, where he will address a conference of representatives of panchayats.

“Live telecast of this conference would be broadcast so that people across all the panchayats could hear the prime minister,” he said.

He also said the party would celebrate “Gramoday Se Bharat Uday” for 10 days between April 14 to 24.



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