Last day of campaigning in Madhya Pradesh ends with road show led by Amit Shah
Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah Monday conducted a roadshow in Indore on the last day of campaigning for the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections, scheduled for November 28. Shah embarked on a chariot-shaped vehicle at Chikmanglur Square which passed Khatipura, Rajwada, Sarafa Bazaar and other commercial areas, before reaching its final destination at Sitalmata Kapda Bazaar, a distance of three kms.
Shah was accompanied by BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and state unit BJP president Rakesh Singh during the two-hour-long roadshow. On the occasion, the BJP chief appealed to voters to vote the saffron party back to power for a fourth consecutive the term in the central state.
Indore, which is known as the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh is considered as a stronghold of the BJP. In 2013 assembly elections, the ruling party had won all five seats in the city. A total of 230 seats will go to polls on November 28 and results will be counted on December 11.
(With inputs from agencies.)