Amit Shah will be on a visit to the poll-bound Rajasthan on November 21. Union minister Rajyavardhan Rathore on Sunday informed the news reporters that during his visit to the state, BJP chief will hold talks with youths of poll-bound Rajasthan on November 21 in Jaipur
The Union minister also informed that the BJP chief will address the event at Tagore School auditorium in Jaipur and more than 4000 youths will participate in the mega event in which BJP chief will hold talks with youths of poll-bound Rajasthan.
Rathore at a press conference in Jaipur addressed the press reporters and conveyed that the whole event will be live streamed and Amit Shah will ask youths present there and also from those at six other locations to put up questions in front of him. Shah will not only take questions from youths in Tagore School auditorium in Jaipur but also from the youths of Bharatpur, Udaipur, Kota, Jodhpur, Ajmer and Bikaner, added Union minister Rajyavardhan Rathore.
Rathore further asserted that apart from all these locations, town hall meetings will be held in other 200 locations across the state where youths will be present. However, youths present at the other 200 locations would not be able to ask questions during the programme. Therefore, questions from the youths present at these locations will be registered beforehand.
“India is emerging as a strong nation due to the vision and energy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Youths understand this. Social media has brought awareness among people on issues, be it political or any other. BJP has always has held dialogues with youths and therefore, the party present is going to communicate with the state’s youths on November 21,” he said.
Besides face to face interaction with the BJP chief, questions can also be asked through social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, informed Rathore at a press conference in Jaipur.
Assembly polls in Rajasthan will take place on December 7.