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BJP’s Vijay Sankalp Sabha, 250 rallies across the country with veteran leaders

Through the Vijay Sankalp Sabha, the BJP concocted the election campaign on Sunday across the country. All the veterans including party chief Amit Shah, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Union Minister Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj and Nitin Gadkari countered the achievements of the Modi government by making 250 rallies. Under this campaign, party leaders will organize 250 public meetings and rallies on Tuesday.

On Sunday, Amit Shah addressed public meetings in Agra, Yogi Saharanpur, Sushma Gautam Buddha Nagar, Rajnath Lakhnu, Gadkari Nagpur, Ravi Shankar Prasad Patna, Dharmendra Pradhan, Cuttack and Prakash Javadekar in Bhilwara, Rajasthan. Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, who attended the meeting in Rampur, said that on Tuesday, Shah will address the meetings in Moradabad, Rajnath Delhi, Sushma Ghaziabad, Yogi Varanasi and Gandhinagar. BJP leaders have also targeted the opposition as well as counting the achievements of the Modi government.

Shah said in Agra that the opposition is insulting the opposition for the vote bank. The country wants a prime minister, who can counteract terrorism and Pakistan. He slammed the SP-BSP and slogan, ‘The only identification of the coalition, the insult of the army’. Shah said Congress President Rahul Gandhi seeks proof of air strike. This election should be fought on the issues of development of the poor, creating national security and making the country strong economy and not wanting anyone to fulfill the dream of becoming Prime Minister.

At the same time, in the Saharanpur, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that on one hand PM Modi is the leader, on the other hand there is a gang of loot, miscreants, spreading chaos and corruption. There is also a son-in-law of Azhar Masood in Saharanpur who speaks the same language, a person who speaks such a language will win or a candidate under the leadership of Modi ji. This must be decided by the public.
 
BJP to contest 50 more MPs

Till now, the ticket to 50 sitting MPs will not be bitten by the BJP and the MPs again. 16 in UP, four-four in Delhi and Haryana, while three-three MPs in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat are expected to cut their tickets. In fact, the party leadership does not want to be given tickets to MPs whose report card is not correct despite the popularity of the PM.


Congress: Karti fight with Shivanganga, Tariq Anwar from Katihar
Congress released the ninth list of 10 candidates for the Lok Sabha elections on Sunday. Karti Chidambaram, son of former Union Minister P. Chidambaram, has been given ticket from Shivanganga seat in Tamil Nadu, while Tariq Anwar, who was included in the Congress from NCP, will be a candidate from Katihar seat in Bihar. Party has made senior leader BK Hariprasad a candidate from Karnataka’s South Bangalore constituency. In the meanwhile, MP from Madhepura and the guardian of the public authority Pappu Yadav also spoke about contesting the elections on the Congress ticket. He said that the Congress leadership has to make a final decision on this.

SP: Akhilesh from Azamgarh, then from Rampur to Azam Maidan
SP President and former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav will contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections from Azamgarh constituency. Mulayam Singh Yadav, SP patriarch from this seat, is currently the MP. This time SP has fielded them from Mainpuri. Azam Khan will fight the party’s biggest Muslim face from Rampur. Meanwhile, the party also released a list of star campaigners in the Lok Sabha elections. Mulayam Singh’s name was not in the first place but in the revised list, the party put him at the top. The list includes several other leaders including Akhilesh Yadav, Dimple Yadav, Azam Khan, Jaya Bachchan and Ram Gopal Yadav.
 
‘Watchmen’ work only for the rich: Priyanka
Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi, while pointing out the problem of payment of cane farmers in UP, pointed out the Center and the UP government. Priyanka tweeted on Sunday, “The families of cane farmers work hard in the daytime. But the Uttar Pradesh government does not take responsibility for their payment. Out of 10000 crore farmers’ farmers, the education, food, health and next crop of their children stops everything. This janitor only performs the duty of the rich, the poor do not care about them. ‘

Yogi also paid back dues to previous governments
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that we have also paid dues of the time of past governments within two years. During the two years, Rs 57,000 crore has been paid. He said that till sugarcane is standing in the farmer’s field, the mill will not be stopped. We did this also last year and even this time. We started the closed sugar mills. We started Darshan Sugar Mill in Saharanpur also. One rupee of the farmers will be paid.

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