Ahead of the Rajasthan Assembly elections, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah will be on a one-day visit to Jaipur on September 11 and attend four programmes being organised by the party.
Upon his arrival, state BJP president Madan Lal Saini said that Shah would be escorted by a motorcycle rally of party members from the Jaipur airport.
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“Shah will reach Motidungari Ganesh temple from the airport. Thereafter, he will attend four programmes,” Saini said
The BJP president, who is scheduled to attend sahkarita (cooperative) sammelan, shakti kendra sammelan, prabuddhdjan (intellectuals) sammelan and a meeting with public representatives of local bodies, will also address party leaders, workers and intellectuals during the programmes.
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BJP sources said that Shah would be visiting Rajasthan on a few more occasions ahead of the polls.
(With PTI inputs)