Lucknow: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has formally started the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh after four months. UP election in-charge, Dharmendra Pradhan held a meeting with his team with prominent faces of the state's power and organisation in the presence of CM Yogi Adityanath to return to power in the state.
The co-in-charge and field charges led by Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan, formed by the BJP high command, met in Lucknow on Wednesday to decide whether Modi's name and Yogi's work would return to power. The meeting, chaired by BJP state unit president Swatanterdev Singh, deliberated on the party's current programmes and campaigns and also entrusted election charges to election charges on the lines of organization charges in the areas.
In a meeting with the region's in-charge over the assembly elections, Dharmendra Pradhan said that there are only four months left in the elections. Equal efforts will be made in all six areas in coordination with the government and the organization. Already strong and experienced organization is employed in the state. All co-in-charge regional elections will act as in-charge and organizations in charge in such a way that the benefits and messages of the public interest schemes of the Central and State Governments reach the grassroots public.