Haridwar: With speculations on Uma Bharti's return to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) still rife, she aims to hog the limelight through a campaign to save River Ganga.

According to sources, the ousted BJP leader will participate in a protest at Divya Prem Sewa Mission ashram starting from May 10. The protest will aim at keeping River Ganga pollution free and maintaining its free flow.

In April, Bharti had lambasted the UPA government for the constructions of dams on River Ganga and the increasing pollution level. 

She is expected to arrive at Haridwar on Monday evening. After a long hiatus from the main stream politics, the protest will be the first major effort on part of Bharti to make her presence felt.

Meanwhile, Bharti has been in regular touch with senior BJP and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh members. Sources maintained that after discussing the issue of protest with BJP and RSS members, she will start the campaign from Tuesday. 

If sources are to be believed, the campaign to save River Ganga will open the doors for Bharti’s return to BJP.

JPN/Bureau