Udaipur: The core committee of Janata Sena Rajasthan convened a meeting on Thursday at the Bhindar Raj Mahal, chaired by Janata Sena guardian and former legislator Randhir Singh Bhindar. The meeting was presided over by State Coordinator Mangilal Joshi. Distinguished attendees included Udaipur region coordinator Harisingh Sonigara, Udaipur rural district president Dharmaraj Miyaavat, State Secretary Prabhashankar Sharma, and Bhindar head Harisingh Sonigara. The meeting discussed plans for the 'Jan Samvad Yatra' (People's Dialogue Journey) in the Vallabhnagar and Kurabad Panchayat areas. Furthermore, it was decided to organize a massive workers' convention for Janata Sena in Bhatevar on September 24th, marking the conclusion of the Jan Samvad Yatra.
Responding to the speculations spread by the opposition about buying support, former legislator Randhir Singh Bhindar emphasized that the opposition is spreading rumors about offering crores of rupees to secure their allegiance. He clarified that such claims are baseless and an attempt to undermine the morale of the party workers. He urged all the workers to stay active in their regions and gear up for the upcoming Assembly elections, reminding them that the focus should remain on serving the people rather than getting swayed by monetary offers or certificates.
The Jan Samvad Yatra is set to commence on August 27th, covering the Vallabhnagar Panchayat Samiti area initially, followed by a tour of the Kurabad Panchayat Samiti. After the successful completion of the Jan Samvad Yatra, a large workers' convention for Janata Sena will be organized in Bhatevar on September 24th. A special directive was also issued to the youth team to promote the developmental projects undertaken in the constituency on social media platforms.
The meeting was attended by Sajjan Singh Ranawat, Paras Nagauri, Nahar Singh Shaktawat, Asharam Bhat, Prakash Jain, Gajendra Samar, Kamalendra Singh Shaktawat, Udaylal Patel, Bhawar Patel, Kesar Singh Runija, Jagdish Vaishnav, Yuvraj Singh Fila, Narulal Dangi, Rupalal Menaria, Khemeraj Dangi, Rakesh Pachori, Narendra Venavat, Ashok Dharmavat, Mahendra Laxkakar, Tulsiram Menaria, Roshan Lal Taravat, Hiralal Menaria, Prashantsingh Chauhan, Ramesh Nagda, Jagjeetsingh Bambora, Ravi Garg, Bhagwansingh Rathore, Ranjeetsingh Gupda, Kailash Jat, Kishanlal Aheer, Devillal Jat, Surendra Miyaavat, Magniram Reger, Dharmendra Menaria, Mukesh Laxkakar, Roshan Bhavasar, Kishansingh Ranawat, and others.