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PM Modi Set to Launch BJP’s Lok Sabha Campaign in UP, Targets Meerut Rally on March 31

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is poised to inaugurate the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) electoral crusade for the upcoming Lok Sabha Polls in Uttar Pradesh, commencing with a momentous rally in Meerut on March 31. Modi’s address at the public gathering marks the initiation of the BJP’s fervent bid to secure victory in the politically significant state.

The BJP’s choice of Meerut for the inaugural rally holds symbolic significance, as it underscores the party’s strategic emphasis on Western Uttar Pradesh. The selection of Meerut is particularly noteworthy, given the candidature of Arun Govil, renowned for his portrayal of Lord Ram in the legendary television series “Ramayan,” encapsulating a poignant message on the Ayodhya temple issue.

Eager to reclaim its dominance in Western UP, the BJP harbors ambitious aspirations, aiming to replicate its historic 2014 performance. In the previous elections, the BJP clinched a remarkable 24 out of 27 seats in the region, a feat that dwindled to 19 in 2019 amidst formidable opposition alliances.

The electoral battle in Meerut epitomizes the fierce competition characterizing Uttar Pradesh politics. In the 2019 elections, BJP candidate Rajendra Agarwal secured victory in Meerut, albeit by a narrow margin, triumphing over the SP-backed BSP candidate. The close contest underscores the significance of every vote in a fiercely contested electoral landscape.

Uttar Pradesh, often heralded as the bellwether state in Indian politics, holds paramount importance in the Lok Sabha elections. With 80 parliamentary constituencies, Uttar Pradesh is slated to vote in all seven phases of the polls, commencing from April 19.

Against the backdrop of shifting political dynamics, the BJP is forging strategic alliances, aiming to consolidate its electoral stronghold. Collaborative efforts with regional parties like RLD, SBSP, Apna Dal (S), and Nishad Party underscore the BJP’s concerted endeavor to fortify its electoral prospects.

In contrast, the opposition landscape in Uttar Pradesh remains fragmented, with diverse political entities charting distinct paths. While Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav aligns with opposition forces, Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) embarks on a solo electoral journey, reflecting the intricate tapestry of Uttar Pradesh politics.

The electoral schedule for Uttar Pradesh spans seven phases, culminating in the counting of votes on June 4. With voting staggered across multiple dates, political parties are gearing up for a protracted battle, leaving no stone unturned to sway the electorate in their favor.

As the electoral fervor escalates, all eyes are on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally in Meerut, which serves as a harbinger of the BJP’s electoral strategy and aspirations in Uttar Pradesh. With the stakes high and the battle lines drawn, the electoral saga in Uttar Pradesh promises to be a riveting spectacle, shaping the contours of Indian politics for years to come.

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