Delhi: PM Narendra Modi will talk to BJP workers in UP for the first time today after the announcement of the election dates

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New Delhi:  For the first time after the announcement of election dates in Uttar Pradesh, PM Narendra Modi will talk to BJP workers today. PM Narendra Modi will interact with BJP workers of his parliamentary constituency Varanasi in a virtual event. In view of the corona infection by the Election Commission till January 22, any kind of physical rally, street meeting and road show etc. have been banned. According to the information given by the Uttar Pradesh unit of BJP, PM Narendra Modi will start his dialogue with BJP workers from 11 am.
It is believed that in his address, PM Narendra Modi can give a message to the BJP workers that they should take the welfare schemes of the central government to the people in the state. The BJP is trying to form the government for the second time in the state, while the Samajwadi Party is expected to return once again after 5 years. Bahujan Samaj Party and Congress are also in this election battle and they have also announced their candidates for many assembly seats. The Samajwadi Party has tied up with the Rashtriya Lok Dal, while the BSP and the Congress have entered the fray on their own.

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