New Delhi: Since the announcement of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, all the political parties have intensified their attack on each other. Congress Leader Priyanka Gandhi, who is playing in the election fray with the slogan of ‘Ladki Hoon Lad Sakti Hoon’ in UP, attacked Chief Minister Yogi Aditya Nath over growing unemployment in the state ahead of the crucial Assembly Elections 2022.
By tweeting, Priyanka Gandhi tried to surround the Yogi government on the issue of unemployment.
Priyanka Gandhi attacked the Yogi government, claiming that “talking like “80-20″ in the elections of Uttar Pradesh is a way to divert attention from the issues of the youth by doing 400 B.C. The reality is that every 100 people in the BJP government Out of 68, have no work. My young friends, with your power, make UP elections an election for issues like employment, education.”
Priyanka Gandhi has been active in the state for a long time and is trying to revive the Congress party. This time the Congress party is going to contest all the 403 assembly seats in the state. Priyanka has given the slogan ‘I can fight the girl’. Along with this, he has talked about giving tickets to 40 percent women from his party this time. In these elections, the Congress’s eye is only on the youth and women voters.
Uttar Pradesh will go to the assembly polls in 7 phases from February 10 to March 7. The poll panel said the counting of votes will take place on March 10.
Amid a surge in Covid-19 cases, the Election Commission on Saturday banned election rallies, roadshows and corner meetings till January 15 in the five poll-bound states. Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra said the poll authority will review the Covid-19 situation on January 15 and take a further call on allowing public rallies.
The Commission has also banned victory celebrations and only two persons will be allowed to accompany the candidate to collect the winning certificate.
In the 2017 Assembly elections, the BJP won a landslide victory winning 312 Assembly seats. The party secured a 39.67 per cent vote share in the elections for 403-member Assembly.