Campaigning ends for 2nd phase of elections in Uttar Pradesh

New Delhi: In Uttar Pradesh, campaigning for the second phase of elections ended this evening. 55 seats of 9 districts of state will go for poll on 14th February in second phase of elections. The state is going for polls in 7 phases from 10 February to 7th March.

Meanwhile campaigning has intensified for other phase of elections. Senior BJP leader and Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed a public gathering in Kannauj district of Uttar Pradesh. Prime Minister will jointly addressed 10 assembly seats of Kannauj, Etawah, Auraiya and farrukhabad districts.

Prime Minister attacked on the opposition and said that only development earlier governments did was development of their own families. PM said that the perfume industry of Kannauj is also a witness to the bad policies of these dynastic parties. They defamed this industry though their misdeeds and corruption but BJP is working to make Kannauj’s perfume a global brand. He said that the policies of BJP governments are helping farmers, youth and marginalised section of the society.

PM said that with the opening of new medical colleges in state children of poor families will be able to become doctor. PM said that with the implementation of new education policy, the people from rural India can get education in their own language. Modi appealed people to vote for BJP for a stable government in state.

On the other hand, SP Samajwadi Party Akhilesh Yadav campaigned for party candidates in Badayun and Shahjahanpur districts. Addressing a gathering in Shahjahanpur district Akhilesh Yadav attacked BJP and said that there was injustice and corruption in recruitment of primary teachers. Congress leader and chief minister of Chhattisgarh Bhupesh Baghel campaigned in Fatehpur district.