Tamil Nadu has assembly elections next year. In order to improve its performance in this state, the BJP (BJP) is fully engaged. In such a situation, this visit of Home Minister Amit Shah is considered very important. In the Lok Sabha elections 2019 (Loksabha Election 2019), BJP did not get any success here. In the election, the Stalin Party DMK had given the maximum seats.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah arrived in Chennai on Saturday, where he will lay the foundation stone for the development programs worth Rs 67 thousand crores along with laying the foundation stone for the second phase of the Chennai Metro Rail. Amit Shah will take part in three programs on Saturday.
According to the schedule released by Amit Shah's office, the home minister will pay tribute to former state chief minister MG Ramachandran and former chief minister Jayalalithaa at 4.30 pm. After 10 minutes many
Home Minister Amit Shah will meet party workers and district presidents at 6 in the evening. It is believed that in this meeting, Amit Shah can discuss the Tamil Nadu elections to be held next year. The Home Minister has arrived in Chennai on a two-day visit. At the airport, Home Minister Amit Shah's Chief Minister and his deputy O.M. Panneerselvam welcomed. The state chief minister was accompanied by a cabinet member and BJP state president L.P. Murugan was also involved.
As soon as Amit Shah's convoy left the airport, the BJP leader broke the protocol to everyone's surprise and got out of the car to greet his workers on the busy GST road. Let us tell you that with the news of Amit Shah's arrival, thousands of party workers had laid a Mazma outside Chennai Airport since Saturday morning.
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