Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s warm reception of the ‘Ram Rath Yatra’ stirred a wave of insights into his political aspirations and loyalty to PM Modi. Speaking to the press, CM Chouhan hailed the impending consecration of Lord Ram’s grand temple in Ayodhya, attributing it to years of perseverance.
“It’s our incredible fortune that Lord Ram’s magnificent temple in Ayodhya is finally ready, set for consecration by PM Narendra Modi on January 22 next year. This joyous moment marks the culmination of a long struggle,” shared CM Chouhan, offering reverential prayers for blessings upon all.
The ongoing ‘Ram Rath Yatra,’ inaugurated by Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Maharaj on November 24, is scheduled to reach Ayodhya on January 16, traversing vast distances across India.
In an exclusive conversation with ANI, CM Chouhan humbly acknowledged the public’s resounding support in the recent assembly polls. Dismissing any personal ambitions for the Chief Ministerial position, he reiterated his commitment to fulfill any role assigned by the party with the utmost dedication and sincerity.
“I’ve never aspired for the CM’s role, nor do I now. I’ve always worked diligently in any capacity the party entrusted me with. PM Modi is our leader, and I take immense pride in working alongside him,” declared CM Chouhan, underscoring his gratitude for the chance to collaborate with PM Modi.
Expressing optimism for India’s future under PM Modi’s guidance, CM Chouhan professed his unwavering dedication toward contributing to India’s progress. He profusely thanked the people of Madhya Pradesh for their overwhelming support, pledging continued commitment to serve them diligently.
The recently concluded state elections witnessed the BJP’s sweeping victory, clinching 163 out of 230 assembly seats. The Congress trailed significantly with 66 seats, and the Bharat Adivasi Party secured one seat in the state.
CM Chouhan’s affirmations highlight his allegiance to the party’s cause and unwavering commitment to PM Modi’s leadership, ushering in a new era of progress and unity in Madhya Pradesh.