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Bhubaneswar: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is all set to visit Dhenkanal on June 17 as part of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Maha Jana Sampark campaign.

The campaign has been launched by the BJP to commemorate the completion of nine years of the Modi government. This visit holds significance as it provides a platform for Amit Shah to address a mega rally and highlight the achievements and pro-people schemes undertaken by the Centre under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

According to party leader Prithiviraj Harichandan, the Union Minister is expected to address a massive gathering of around 50,000 people in Dhenkanal. This rally will serve as an opportunity for Amit Shah to communicate the government’s accomplishments and shed light on the various welfare schemes and development initiatives implemented over the past nine years.

The presence of several Union ministers and senior leaders at the rally emphasizes the importance attached to this event. Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, known as a close confidant of Amit Shah, is also likely to contest from the Dhenkanal Lok Sabha constituency in the upcoming 2024 general elections. His active involvement in the region, including recent meetings in Kankadahad block and Kamakhyanagar, further underlines the significance of Dhenkanal in the party’s political strategy.

The possibility of Dharmendra Pradhan contesting from the Dhenkanal Lok Sabha constituency indicates the party’s focus on consolidating its position in the region. The active involvement of senior leaders like Pradhan highlights the significance of Dhenkanal in the BJP’s electoral strategy.

The ongoing series of public meetings, organized by the BJP nationwide from May 30 to June 30, aims to inform the public about the achievements of the Modi government and its various welfare schemes.

As part of the nine-year celebration, the BJP has planned around 50 rallies across the country, and Amit Shah’s visit to Dhenkanal is one such crucial event. These rallies not only act as platforms to showcase the government’s achievements but also serve as opportunities for leaders to connect with the people and gather feedback on the ground reality.