BJP to kick start mission UP with ‘Parivartan Yatra’ next month

Photo of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh along with BJP President Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

New Delhi: Ahead of upcoming election in Uttar Pradesh (UP), the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) is all set to launch its mission UP with four ‘parivartan yatra’ starting from next month.

These four rallies will stretch over 100 days and conclude with a likely rally by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the party works to take on the might of ruling SP and Mayawati-led BSP in the poll-bound state.

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According to BJP sources, the four yatras will start from Saharanpur, Lalitpur, Sonbhadra and either Gorakhpur or Balia and converge at one place, which could be Lucknow, after the inauspicious ‘Shradh’ period ends.

During the yatras, the top party leaders, including president Amit Shah and several Union ministers will be addressing public meetings.

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While giving details of the campaign, party sources said that they has decided to hold a youth and woman meeting in each of the 91 organisation’s district committees of the state.

Yatra will connect with estimated 52,000 panchayats in the state and also hold a meeting at the booth level.

The BJP and its central leadership’s might announce the name of a chief ministerial face during the yatra.

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