Prime News, National (New Delhi), April 19:- As the voting for the second phase of Lok Sabha election came to a close, leaders across political parties on Friday will hold a volley of rallies. With the date of voting for the third phase nearing, campaigning for the poll will see a fever pitch.
The nation will witness rallies of firebrand leaders like BJP national president Amit Shah, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, among several others. Interestingly, after a ban of three days by EC, CM Adityanath will come back with four rallies in UP.
rime Minister Narendra Modi will address traders of the country at Talkatora Stadium to discuss the issues of the community as mentioned in the party’s ‘Sankalp Patra’ manifesto. The convention is being organised by the Rashtriya Vyapari Dhanywad Mahasammelan.
Prominent business leaders and office-bearers of all market associations in Delhi have been invited on this occasion. BJP Sankalp Patra talks about setting up a National Traders Welfare Board, new retail policy to boost retail trade, a pension scheme for small traders above the age of 60 years, Rs 10 lakh accidental insurance to all GST-registered traders and credit cards to traders on the lines of Kisan Credit Cards.
* Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will visit Amethi on a one-day tour. In the guest house made in the Central Office premises, meeting with the party officials and workers will prepare the outline of the election. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will reach Furastganj at 9.30 in the morning. From here, she will go to the central office of the party located at Gauriganj at 10 in the morning. In the guest house made in the office premises, she will have separate meetings with the area’s intellectuals and party workers.
* Former prime minister and JD(S) supremo HD Deve Gowda has said that he will not retire from active politics and that if Rahul Gandhi becomes the Prime Minister of the country, he will be by his side.”I announced three years back that I will not contest elections. There are circumstances now in which I have been forced to contest. There is nothing to hide. I have no ambition of anything but what I always said is that I am not going to retire from active politics,” he said, adding “If Rahul Gandhi becomes the Prime Minister, I will sit by his side. It is not necessary to become the Prime Minister.” (MR, Inputs: Agencies).