BJP has given speed to the election campaign. The party has prepared a plan to conduct 210 public meetings of star campaigners in 70 assembly constituencies in Uttarakhand. Other central leaders including PM Narendra Modi and National President Amit Shah will be campaigning at other key points including district headquarters, while the rest of the remaining areas have been planned for state leadership. Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat has done 32 public meetings so far.
In a press conference held in the state office, BJP’s state vice-president Jyoti Prasad Gairola said that during the Lok Sabha elections, party’s national leaders will hold public meetings in five seats. She said that the party will hold a minimum of three public meetings in every assembly. Central leaders will come at the district headquarters and other key places, while the leaders of the state will also hold meetings in all the legislative assemblies.
These are scheduled programs
Star campaigners PM Narendra Modi, National President Amit Shah, Home Minister Rajnath and other leaders have been scheduled. Public meetings of central leaders Uma Bharti and Smriti Irani are also being decided. On this occasion, the state media in-charge Dr. Devendra Bhasin, state co-media in-charge Sanjeev Verma, social media in-charge and IT in-charge Ajay Ajendra were also present.
-On April 1, the meetings of Home Minister Rajnath Singh in Pithoragarh, Gopeshwar, Kotdwar, and Jhabrera
-On 3rd April, the public meeting of National President Amit Shah in Uttarkashi
-On 3rd April, the National Leader Shahnawaz Hussain’s public meeting in Sahaspur, Bhagwanpur, and Dharmapuri
-On 4th April, Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s public meeting in Kashipur and Roorkee
-On April 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s public meeting on Dehradun Parade Ground