After Modi, now Shah will campaign in Uttarakhand

Dehradun: With every party gearing up for the upcoming assembly elections in five states, the BJP has fielded its star campaigners for the Uttarakhand elections and now after Prime Minister Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will address an election meeting at Ramlila Maidan in Haldwani on February 11 afternoon. Amit Shah was still busy in the Uttar Pradesh election campaign. But he will take charge of the election campaign before the polling in the state on February 14. At the same time, the Bharatiya Janata Party has also started preparations to make the Home Minister's rally successful.

At the same time, party workers from all over the district will reach Haldwani to make the rally successful and Amit Shah will address an election meeting in support of party candidate Yogendra Singh Rautela in Haldwani. According to reports, the BJP is all set to publicise Amit Shah's rally in other cities and people from nearby assembly will also join the rally through a virtual medium. The BJP will appeal to the public through loudspeakers in urban areas from Wednesday to attend Home Minister Shah's rally at Haldwani Ramlila Ground on February 11.

Earlier, Amit Shah had campaigned in many cities of the state. Prime Minister Modi had campaigned in Haldwani and Dehradun in December. In the state, Prime Minister Modi will campaign for three days. While party president JP Nadda has been campaigning continuously in the state. With this, the CMs of the BJP-ruled states are campaigning in the state. The same MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has been campaigning in the state for four days. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will campaign in Khatima, Kotdwar and Roorkee on February 12. 

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