On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Chitrakoot in the electoral battleground of Madhya Pradesh’s Satna district, where he paid his respects at Raghuveer Mandir.
During his trip, the Prime Minister also made a stop at the Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Trust in Chitrakoot, where he toured an exhibition. The Shri Sadhguru Seva Sangh Trust, established in 1968 by Param Pujya Ranchhoddasji Maharaj, had the instrumental support of Arvind Bhai Mafatlal.
As part of his visit, Prime Minister Modi had the opportunity to visit Tulsi Peeth, offering prayers and witnessing the Kanch Mandir. He sought the blessings of Jagadguru Ramanandacharya of the Tulsi Peeth and participated in a public event. During this event, he unveiled three books – ‘Ashtadhyayi Bhashya,’ ‘Ramanandacharya Charitam,’ and ‘Bhagwan Shri Krishna ki Rashtraleela.’
Earlier in the week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed an audience at the 125th founder’s day celebration of ‘The Scindia School’ in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. Additionally, he conducted a significant roadshow in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, where he laid the foundation stone for the Rani Durgavati statue and Udhyan Pariyojana on October 5.
Madhya Pradesh is one of the five states poised for elections this year, with polling scheduled for November 17 and vote counting on December 3. During this election, voters will elect representatives for the 230 Assembly constituencies in the state.