Bihar Assembly Election 2020: UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath to start campaign from today

Yogi Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath will campaign for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in election-bound Bihar from Tuesday. His campaign is predicted to incorporate over twenty-four rallies within the neighbouring state.

On Tuesday (October 20), Adityanath will address three rallies in Bihar, beginning with a public meeting in Ramgarh in Kaimur. this may be followed by another public meeting in Arwal, while the third meeting of the day are going to be held in Karakat assembly segment of Rohtas.

Adityanath is predicted to return to Lucknow within the evening and again fly to Bihar on Wednesday to deal with three more public meetings. the primary are going to be at Jamui, from where the BJP has fielded international shooter Shreyasi Singh as their candidate. From Jamui, the CM will head to Bhojpur for a public meeting in Tarari. The third public meeting of the day are going to be in Paliganj.

Adityanath’s Bihar itinerary, put together by the BJP headquarters , will include areas that share boundaries with eastern UP areas in and around Gorakhpur, BJP leaders said. Adityanath is additionally the top priest of Gorakhnath temple.

Adityanath, who is among the 30 star campaigners for the UP bypolls, is scheduled to deal with over twenty-four public meetings regarding the Bihar polls, party leaders said. “Yogi ji goes to Bihar to strengthen the great governance and development agenda of PM Narendra Modi. he’s also going there to assist the NDA government under Nitish Kumar come to power,” said UP BJP secretary Chandramohan.

Since 2017, the BJP has drafted Yogi Adityanath for all political campaigns across the country.


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