Prime Minister Modi Two-Day Visit to Uttarakhand : Preparations are in full swing within the state government and the BJP for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s upcoming two-day visit to Uttarakhand. Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to tour the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand on October 11th and 12th, where he will have the opportunity to witness the majestic Mount Kailash near the India-China border and also visit Om Parvat.
Government authorities are diligently preparing for the Prime Minister’s visit to Uttarakhand, and the BJP is equally engaged in arrangements. Uttarakhand BJP President Mahendra Bhatt confirmed, “The Prime Minister’s itinerary has been confirmed. The rally in Almora had to be canceled due to adverse weather conditions. However, we have now requested the Prime Minister, and in light of this, we will be organizing a substantial rally, which will be one of his largest to date.”
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Bhatt continued, “This rally will carry a Important message, especially from the border region. I also visited Nath Ashram, where Modi ji stayed in 1995. Given the location in a border area, the local residents are highly enthusiastic. There is a meditation center where he will stay, followed by a substantial gathering the next day.”
Reliable sources indicate that a new viewpoint trail is under construction in Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand. In Hinduism, Mount Kailash is revered as the abode of Lord Shiva, attracting a considerable number of Indian pilgrims annually. One of the routes to Mount Kailash passes through Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand.
The newly developed viewpoint offers a clear and breathtaking view of Mount Kailash on the China-India border. Consequently, the government is making efforts to facilitate pilgrimages from this vantage point. Concurrently, the BJP is intensifying its preparations with an eye on the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections in the state. A recent meeting of party leaders took place during Dharmendra Pradhan’s visit.
The party has devised strategic programs for all five Lok Sabha constituencies. Conferences are being arranged in each Lok Sabha seat, attended by party MPs and all MLAs within the respective constituencies. The party’s objective is to secure more than 51 % of the votes Share in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.