Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah reached Madhya Pradesh's Indore on Saturday, October 6.
While he was welcomed by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and other leaders, several people came out on to the streets shouting slogans against Shah. They have been protesting against the amendment to the SC/ST Act. The police has arrested the protesters.
After praying at the Mahalakshmi Temple, Shah will begin the election campaign in Indore. He will address the party workers at the Dussehra Maidan
Amit Shah will inaugurate the party's Maha-Jansampark Abhiyan (mass contact drive) from Indore in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday, October 6. The campaign, which will continue till 8 October, is aimed at reaching out to voters across the state where Assembly polls are due this year-end. He will also meet party workers of Indore and Ujjain regions.
After praying at the Mahalakshmi Temple, Shah will begin the election campaign in the state. He will address the party workers at the Dussehra Maidan.
From Indore, Shah will go to Jhabua where he will address a group of tribal people. In Jaora he will meet a farmers' group, and in Ujjain the party workers.
With inputs from agencies