UP polls: AAP launches public reachout programme in Noida promising free electricity up to 300 units
AAP’s Gautam Buddh Nagar unit president Bhupendra Jadaun said the 'free electricity' campaign was launched on 10 October by Sanjay Singh, party’s Uttar Pradesh in-charge.
After launching her party's Kisan Nyay Yatra, the Congress leader landed at Rohania with her forehead smeared with sandalwood paste.
Rajbhar heads the Bhagidari Sankalp Morcha (BSM), a conglomerate of 10 smaller regional groups. Asaduddin Owaisi’s AIMIM is also part of it.
Akhilesh Yadav is currently holding a 'Vijay Rath Yatra' in the state ahead of next year's Assembly polls.
The BJP is learnt to have planned to reach out to each caste, with plans to hold meetings with intellectuals, besides rallies and public meetings.
Mayawati demanded that Bharat Ratna be given to the late Dalit leader Kanshi Ram and added that people in Uttar Pradesh have made up their mind on changing power in the state.
The AAP has made similar promises in Punjab, Uttarakhand and Goa where assembly polls are due in early next year.
Party said the move is meant to keep away candidates who are not serious.
Farm loan waivers, coaching centres for competitive exams, allowance for young and elderly, and free electricity are the issues likely to find a place in the poll manifesto.
Political parties including the BJP, the SP the BSP have been using Ayodhya to launch their campaigns as momentum builds for the 2022 polls.
Mumbai physician Akshay Bajad says he has developed a prototype for the technology, but needs Election Commission’s permission to access the VVPAT machines.
Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls will be decisive, pave way for Lok Sabha elections: Keshav Prasad Maurya
Maurya said the elections will be fought under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and added that the next CM will be decided by the central leadership and elected MLAs.
With the BJP facing the elections in UP along with Uttarakhand early next year, the saffron outfit is learnt to be banking on its past successes of exploiting the caste dynamics in its favour.
With the Assembly elections just a few months away, political mobilisation is picking up in Uttar Pradesh.
The UP unit of the MIM is hopeful of getting a good number of votes in 130 of 403 seats where Muslims are considered to be deciding factor.