BJP and ally Nishad Party's first rally today, Amit Shah will also attend

Lucknow: Before the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, today once again Bharatiya Janata Party's big election strategist and Union Home Minister Amit Shah is on a tour of UP. According to the information received, the Bharatiya Janata Party is going to hold a joint rally in Lucknow with its ally Nishad Party and Amit Shah will also participate in this rally. It is being told that BJP and Nishad Party have given the slogan of 'Sarkar Banao Aur Adhikar Pao' for the rally to be organized at Ramabai Ambedkar Maidan in the capital Lucknow.

This rally is considered very important in view of the state elections, because the Nishad community has a large vote bank in the state and which plays a big role in the elections. Let us tell you that in the rally to be held in Lucknow today, along with Nishad Party President Sanjay Nishad, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma, Keshav Prasad Maurya and BJP State President Swatantra Dev Singh will be present on the stage. It is being said that in view of the upcoming assembly elections in the state, big parties are taking small parties along and BJP has formed an alliance with Nishad Party in the state.

On the other hand, BJP is in alliance with Apna Dal in the state and there are reports that 'both parties will fight the assembly elections together'. If the information received is to be believed, then through the joint Nishad rally to be held today, BJP wants to bring the voters of Nishad-fishermen, who make up about four percent of the state's population. This is because about 115 seats in the state are dominated by Nishads and fishermen and who can turn a candidate's victory into defeat. On the other hand, through the joint rally, BJP is eyeing many smaller parties. Those who have not yet signed an agreement with any party.

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