Lok Sabha Elections: Political Leaders Leave No Stone Unturned To Woo Voters

Lok Sabha Elections: Campaigning for the seventh and final phase of Lok Sabha Elections has reached the top gear as only three days are left for it to end.

Top leaders of all political parties are touring different constituencies braving the weather to woo the voters in their favour.

In Uttar Pradesh, senior BJP leader Amit Shah addressed public meetings in Kushinagar, Salempur and Chandauli today. Mr. Shah said, this election is for the development and for securing the country. He said, it is for the welfare of the poor.

BJP National President, J.P. Nadda also addressed several meetings in Varanasi. State Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Yogi Adityanath addressed public meetings in Ballia, Robertsganj, Ghosi and Varanasi.

He said, people have seen a changing India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He added that there is a huge difference between the India before 2014 and the India of 2024.

On the other hand, Samajwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav addressed a political gathering in Ghazipur and Chandauli today. SP Chief claimed that BJP and BSP have joined hands internally.

In the seventh and last phase of Lok Sabha elections, voting will be held on 13 seats of Uttar Pradesh on June 1st.

In Bihar, several senior leaders and star campaigners of NDA and Grand Alliance campaigned today. Polling will be held in 8 Constituencies on the first of June.

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi held three election rallies in Patna Sahib, Pataliputra and Arrah Lok Sabha constituencies.

RJD leader Tejashwi Prasad Yadav also held election rallies in Jehanabad, Paliganj Jagdishpur and Bihta in different parliamentary constituencies.

On the other hand, JD(U) President and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar held a road show in Hilsa in the Nalanda parliamentary constituency. Addressing a public meeting in Hilsa Mr. Kumar claimed that his government will achieve the target to provide 10 lakh government jobs by next year. Senior BJP leader and Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Dr.

Mohan Yadav and Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Samrat Choudhary also held public meetings in Pataliputra and Patna Sahib parliamentary constituencies. Addressing the gathering in Maner in Patna Mr. Yadav said that it is very ridiculous that Congress is now talking about poverty elimination after ruling the country for more than fifty-five years.

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi held rallies at Chaugan Maidan in Chamba and Chambi in the Shahpur Assembly constituency under the Kangra parliamentary area. She said, today the public is struggling with inflation, farmers are distressed, and the unemployment rate is continuously rising across the country. She said, said I.N.D.I.A. bloc will empower women of poor families through the Mahalakshmi Scheme.

In Odisha, BJD supremo and Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik held a public meeting at Barua under Kendrapara Lok Sabha constituencies.
Senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh reiterated that the process of reservation that has been going until now, will continue. Mr Singh was scheduled to address the elections meeting at Udhwa block in Sahebganj district but his helicopter could not land due to inclement weather then he addressed people through mobile.

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