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Rajnath holds grand road show before filing nomination papers for Lucknow seat

Rajnath holds grand road show before filing nomination papers for Lucknow seat

Lucknow, Apr 16 (UNI) Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday filed his nomination from the Lucknow parliamentary seat.

Before reaching the Collectorate, Mr Rajnath's road show crossed the BJP party office, Hazratganj chauraha and the District Magistrate's residence.

UP Deputy chief ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya, Dr Dinesh Sharma, former Union Minister and senior leader Kalraj Mishra, national spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi and other senior leaders, ministers and MLAs were present during the road show.

Before that, Mr Rajnath Singh addressed party workers and said he had visited 10 states of the country and the kind of enthusiasm he witnessed in UP and Lucknow was present in the whole country, adding that there was a 'Modi wave' in the country.

He also said that Mr Modi will again become the Prime Minister.

Janata Dal (United) chief General Secretary KC Tyagi was also present on this occasion and the leader said that the people of Ghaziabad wish that Mr Singh should contest from Ghaziabad the next time.

He also said that Mr Singh was the farmers' leader.

Mr Rajnath reached Lucknow on Monday evening itself and the preparations to make the road show grand were inspected till late night.

BJP candidate from Mohanlalganj seat Kaushal Kishore was also present on the day.

However, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath could not attend the road show as the Election Commission had on Monday barred him from any kind of campaigning.


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