Besides PM Modi, CM Yogi set to campaign for Hyderabad Municipal Corporation elections

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Lucknow, November 26: After the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) received winning results in the Bihar Legislative Assembly elections; the demand of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has also been made mandatory in the Municipal Corporation elections of Hyderabad.

He will hold his first public meeting there on November 28.

According to information received from the BJP state office, Chief Minister Yogi will hold a road show and public meeting in favour of BJP candidates in the election of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation on 28 November. That day he will also take a night’s rest in Hyderabad.

Actually, at this time the Chief Minister Yogi has become one of the star campaigners of BJP. The party is using them in almost every election for an aggressive attack on the opposition. In the recent Bihar Legislative Assembly elections, Yogi Adityanath campaigned heavily in favour of the party. Earlier, he had also gone to other states like Karnataka, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh.

However, in the municipal elections, Yogi Adityanath is going for the first time campaigning outside the state.

In this regard, BJP State Spokesperson Hero Bajpayee says that his party fights every election with full seriousness.

He said that many ministers of the central government, including Amit Shah, will campaign in the Hyderabad Municipal Corporation elections.

BJP spokesperson said that Yogi Adityanath is among the star campaigners of the party and his demand is increasing in every election. In recent times, he has emerged as one of the party’s most crowded leaders.

Political critics say that the BJP wants to strengthen its land in Hyderabad through municipal elections. That is why in this election besides the Prime Minister Modi, BJP national president JP Nadda will also ask for votes.

In Hyderabad, voting will be held for the municipal elections on December 1 in 150 wards.

These 150 wards fall in 24 Vidhan Sabha constituencies. In such a situation, BJP wants to build its strong base till the next assembly elections. Therefore, the party is throwing all its strength in the municipal elections.