ElectionThe latest Assembly election news: Modi and Kejriwal address rallies in Uttar...

The latest Assembly election news: Modi and Kejriwal address rallies in Uttar Pradesh; Cong to focus on grass-roots campaigning in Punjab

Assembly Elections 2022 :

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Meerut to lay the foundation stone of a sports university ahead of the upcoming Uttar Pradesh election. He attacked the opposition during the event. As he spoke at the rally, Modi said that previous governments had allowed criminals to play games, while the Yogi Adityanath government had made no compromise on jailing them.

AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal attacked the Yogi Adityanath-led government in Lucknow on Sunday, saying it had only built crematoriums in the state and made “arrangements” to send large numbers of people there, apparently referring to the second Covid wave.

In Punjab, the Congress has decided to take its campaign to the grassroots level instead of holding huge rallies due to the Omicron situation. Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and PPCC chief Navjot Singh Sidhu attended the meeting.

Meanwhile, Sidhu addressed a rally in Phagwara to claim that the BJP is arm-twisting rival parties to bring them into its fold. Sidhu also asserted that the BJP should not claim credit for repealing farm laws, which belonged to farmers.

Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Manipur, and Uttarakhand will hold elections between February and March, 2022. It is a crucial state for both the BJP and the Opposition, particularly the Congress. Farmers’ unrest will also be reflected in the election results in UP and Punjab.

UP polls: M.P. Harnath Yadav writes Nadda requesting the nomination of MP Yogi from Mathura.

UP chief Adityanath says the party is ready to contest the elections from wherever it chooses

Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, says he is ready to contest the upcoming assembly elections regardless of his party’s decision. According to the BJP leader, he had fulfilled whatever was promised during his tenure and had no regrets. “I am ready to run wherever my party wants me to,” Adityanath told reporters when asked whether he would run from Ayodhya, Mathura, or his hometown of Gorakhpur.

As a member of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council, the chief minister interacted with the media here on Saturday night. After Mulayam Singh Yadav contested the state elections in 2003, none of his successors has run in the assembly election. While serving as chief ministers, Mayawati, Akhilesh Yadav, and Adityanath were members of the legislative council.


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