Just 20 days away from the Lok Sabha elections, the BJP is all set to kick off its poll campaign in key state Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. It has also planned about 40 public meetings across the state on March 26.
BJP chief Amit Shah will kick off the party’s Vijay Sankalp campaign from Agra on Sunday, a leading news agency said citing a senior party leader.
Shah will also address a public meeting in Moradabad on March 26, the leader added.
Senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh will also address a public meeting in his parliamentary constituency Lucknow on Sunday. Another senior BJP leader and Union Minister J.P. Nadda will address a rally in Sambhal.
Another Senior BJP leader and Union Minister Sushma Swaraj will address a party rally in Gautam Buddha Nagar and firbrand BJP leader Smriti Irani will do so in Kanpur.
Nearly 90 crore voters are eligible to vote for 543 Lok Sabha constituencies across the country.
The Parliamentary or the Lok Sabha elections 2019 have been scheduled to commence from April 11 and will last till May 19. The counting will be held on May 23.
With little time left to woo voters, all parties have increased their activities, with prominent leaders holding several rallies every day.
From public rallies to workers’ meetings, big leaders of the national as well as state parties are ensuring not to leave any room which may keep them even marginally away from victory in the polls.