UP Chunaav: All the parties of the state have gathered in the preparations for the UP assembly elections. Home Minister Amit Shah reached Varanasi on Friday. In the party meeting, he gave the mantra of victory to the workers. According to sources, in gestures, Amit Shah considered only Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party (SP) as a rival. No one can survive except SP, he said. If the workers insist, then no one will be able to stay in the fight. He said that two big parties also fought together in front of BJP but could not do anything. Amit Shah also appealed to strengthen the membership drive.
He said that along with persuading those who are angry, efforts should be made to bring those who are stronger than other parties. Shah said that 75 such workers should be prepared in all the 75 districts who would contribute in strengthening the booth with full force. Along with this, he said that we are working on a plan to keep BJP in power at the Center and in the state for the next 35 years. If BJP goes 35 years in power, then no one will be able to stop us from becoming Vishwa Guru. Amit Shah also talked about further work for the workers to take the schemes of the government from door to door.
Shah reviews election preparations
He reviewed the preparations for the assembly elections to be held in Uttar Pradesh and, setting a target of winning more than 300 seats, gave a pledge to the party workers to ‘jeet the booth – win the election’. Shah tweeted on Friday, ‘Today meeting with the in-charge of the BJP’s assembly in Varanasi, reviewed the preparations for the upcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh.’
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) November 12, 2021
BJP’s state unit president Swatantra Dev Singh told that Shah decided the strategy to win more than 300 seats in 2022 and informed the assembly in-charge about the details of the responsibilities. Shah said that the victory of BJP in the 2022 elections in Uttar Pradesh will be on the strength of the workers and the workers will win the elections by taking the blessings of the people.
Booth won – the mantra of winning the election
He told that Shah took the pledge of ‘booth won, Uttar Pradesh won’. According to the president of the state unit, emphasis was laid on membership campaign, public relations and making more and more members in the meeting. According to Swatantra Dev, Shah also said that PM Modi, answering all the questions, laid the foundation stone for the construction of a grand Ram temple and got the Kashi Vishwanath corridor constructed.
Assembly elections will be held in Uttar Pradesh early next year. There are 403 assembly constituencies in the state and in Lucknow in the past, Shah had set a target of winning more than 300 seats. The BJP achieved resounding success in Uttar Pradesh in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections while Shah was in charge of the party’s Uttar Pradesh affairs and in the 2017 assembly and 2019 Lok Sabha elections as its national president. Earlier, Shah had reached Varanasi on Friday evening on his two-day tour. After reaching here, Shah garlanded the statue of Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. Apart from this, Home Minister Amit Shah also offered prayers at Kal Bhairav Temple in Varanasi.
Varanasi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah offers prayers at Kaal Bhairav temple. CM Yogi Adityanath and UP election in-charge & Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan also present. pic.twitter.com/GVE07MARdE
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As per the pre-determined schedule, the Home Minister was to reach Hastkala Sankul directly from Babatpur airport, but Shah reached the Lanka crossroads directly from the airport where he garlanded the statue of Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. After this, the Home Minister left for Hastkala Sankul in Baralalpur to participate in the BJP’s election management meeting.
Addressing an organizational meeting in Varanasi on Friday, Shah prepared a strategy for the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh to be held early next year. In this meeting, CM Yogi Adityanath, Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, Dr. Dinesh Sharma, Swatantra Dev Singh, BJP Vice President and in-charge of Uttar Pradesh affairs Radha Mohan Singh, Union Minister and election in-charge Dharmendra Pradhan, State General Secretary (Organization) Sunil Bansal, North Election in-charge and president of all 403 assembly constituencies of the state, president and in-charge of 98 district organizational units of BJP and office bearers of state organization attended.