Jan Ashirwad Yatra: Opposition did not allow Parliament to function, so come out to seek blessings of the people

New Delhi: In the cabinet expansion carried out by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, 27 OBCs, 12 Scheduled Castes, 8 Scheduled Tribes and a large number of matriarchs have been included in the cabinet. This is not liked by the opposition. He did not even allow the introduction of the newly appointed ministers in the Parliament. This was stated by the Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment, Dr Virendra Kumar Khatik. He was addressing workers at a private garden in the city during the Jan-Ashirwad Yatra.

He said that the opposition did not allow this session of Parliament to run in the midst of ruckus and uproar, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi continued to appeal to the opposition that he was ready to talk on every issue. But the opposition just kept raging. He alleged that the opposition had no preparation, so he created a ruckus in Parliament the entire time.

The Union Minister said that there has been a big change in the politics of the country after the year 2014. The country has progressed in every field. He said that a new education policy is being implemented so that now children will be able to get education in their mother tongue, which will give them opportunities to move forward. Our dependence on foreign countries in the defense sector has reduced. Now we have started making many types of modern weapons in our country itself.

Dr Virendra Khatik said that efforts are on to control inflation. A roadmap of 100 lakh crore is being prepared in which work will be done in all areas. In the coming 2047, when the country will celebrate its 100th anniversary, the resolutions being made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be remembered.

Jan Ashirwad Yatra was welcomed everywhere. The cabinet minister offered prayers at the flooded Ganesh temple before entering the city. After this, the Ashirwad Yatra started with a large number of two and four wheelers convoy, which was welcomed by people by showering flowers and lighting fireworks. Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs and Mandal Presidents welcomed them by showering flowers at various places. A large number of workers including MP Ramakant Bhargava, BJP District President Dr Rakesh Singh Jadaun, MLA Umakant Sharma, Hari Singh Sapre, Leena Jain, former NP President Mukesh Tandon, former MLA Rudra Pratap Singh, District Panchayat President Toran Singh Dangi was present in the program