In the Lok Sabha elections, the BJP’s biggest star campaigner, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the public at Rudrapur today. On 3rd April, BJP National President Amit Shah will be in the assembly in Uttarkashi. Apart from this, the party has put the leaders of state included in the list of star campaigners on the front. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, who has held 15 election meetings till now, will hold five election meetings in the next two days. Apart from them, there will be fuming election meetings of MP Bhagat Singh Koshyari and former Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna.
At the same time, preparations for Shah’s rally in Uttarakashi have started. The Chief Minister will hold an election rally in Chaukhatia of the PM’s meeting on March 28. On March 29, they will rally in Garud, Yamkeshwar, and Thatyud. Apart from them, Vijay Bahuguna will be in Chaka, Badkot, Sahiyah in Tehri Los on April 2, on April 5 in pratapnagar, Haridwar rurals in Haridwar los, and Khanpur, on 6 April in Kaljikhal in Garhwal, on 7th April, Dhontari and Kandisud in Tehri, Sitarganj on Nainital seat The Shakti Pharma, Mahuadabra of Jaspur and Haripura Harasan of Bajpur. Bhagat Singh Koshyari will held public meeting on April 3 at Garhwal Loss Tharali, Almora’s bharari and in Chamba of Tehri, on April 4 in Doodhli of Haridwar Los, in Bachvavan in Garhwal, and Pirumdwara in Ramnagar, on April 8 in Nainital garampani, in Ritha and Kotabag.
Rahul Gandhi’s public meeting in Almora on 6
Congress star campaigner and national president Rahul Gandhi will hold a public meeting in support of candidate Pradeep Tamta in Almora on 6th April. The party has started preparations for the national president’s public meeting. Senior Congress vice-president Tara Chandra Joshi said that on April 6, the national president Rahul Gandhi’s program of public meeting in Almora has been fixed. Rahul Gandhi will address the public meeting in support of party candidate Pradeep Tamta at one o’clock in Simkani Maidan located in Lower Malroad, SSG campus. Read more posts…