PM Narendra Modi has made several visits to Uttar Pradesh before the announcement of the dates for the elections. During this, he laid the foundation stone and inaugurated many projects. However, during his visit, he praised the work of the Yogi government.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (file photo)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with BJP workers of Varanasi on January 18 for the 2022 assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. However, the party gave this information on Saturday. At the same time, this will be Modi’s first political program with party workers after the Election Commission announced the schedule of assembly elections in 5 states including Uttar Pradesh. Sources said that Modi will probably hold a digital dialogue during this time. During this, the Uttar Pradesh unit of BJP gave information about the program on its Twitter handle and asked people to share their views and suggestions through NaMo App.
Actually, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made several visits to Uttar Pradesh before the announcement of the dates of the elections. During this, he laid the foundation stone and inaugurated many projects. However, during his tour, he not only praised the work of Yogi Government. At the same time, very sharp attacks were also made on the opposition. During this, the Prime Minister greatly appreciated the work of CM Yogi Adityanath for the alleged reform of law and order in Uttar Pradesh. Recently, by tweeting on his Twitter handle, he had called Yogi useful in UP.
PM Modi to interact with workers to strengthen Varanasi seat
Let us tell you that even before this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been interacting with booth level workers. However, during this time he has been talking about strengthening his booth as well. If you consider Varanasi’s development model, then the people of the district are showing inclination towards BJP. Since the creation of Vishwanath Corridor Dham, the assembly constituency of Varanasi is looking very strong for BJP. Significantly, while announcing the assembly elections, the Election Commission has banned public meetings and road shows till January 15 in view of the increasing cases of COVID-19 and will give information about its future guidelines later on Saturday.
The path of power passes through Purvanchal
At the same time, if we talk about the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, then the path to the chair of Lucknow passes through Purvanchal. Where in the 2017 assembly elections, out of 164 seats in 28 districts of Purvanchal, BJP formed the government by occupying 115 seats. At the same time, before this, in the 2012 assembly elections, SP formed the government by winning 102 seats from Purvanchal. Where in the year 2007, BSP was successful in forming the government in Uttar Pradesh by winning 85 seats from Purvanchal.
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