CM Yogi will give the people of Azamgarh today the gift of victory in the by -election, the land is being prepared for Mission 2024
- 8:11 AM August 4, 2022
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Aug 04, 2022 | 1:29 PM
Last month, the state CM Yogi is on a tour of Adityanath district after registering a big victory in Azamgarh, which is called the stronghold of Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh last month. He will give a return gift to the people of Azamgarh today. It is being told that CM Yogi Adityanath will announce many schemes for the district today. Actually, BJP is eyeing the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and it wants to keep this SP stronghold in its possession. So she has already gathered for Mission -2024.
BJP surprised everyone by registering a big victory in the by -elections in Rampur and Azamgarh in the state. Because BJP won those seats. Where SP was dominated. Therefore, today CM Yogi will reach Azamgarh for the first time after the results of the by -election are declared and will give the gift of victory to the people of the district. It is being told that CM Yogi will hand over projects costing 141 crores to the district and inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of 50 schemes. In fact, BJP candidate Dinesh Lal Yadav Nirhua won a big victory in the Lok Sabha by -election and CM Yogi played an important role in it. Because CM Yogi had entrusted the responsibility of victory to his cabinet colleagues here and he was constantly campaigning by visiting the district.
According to the information, CM Yogi will give many gifts to the people of the district today. CM Yogi will address a public meeting at ITI ground and during this time Azamgarh MP Dinesh Lal Nirhua will also be with him. CM Yogi will thank the public for the victory in the Azamgarh by -election and will also distribute certificates to the beneficiaries of PM Awas Yojana. With this, CM Yogi will go to Hariharpur and there he will meet the family members of classical singer Pandit Chhannulal Mishra. After this, he will hold a review meeting with officials of Azamgarh, Mau and Ballia in the District Collectorate Auditorium.Read more: Officers were shocked to see the floor and design of the clerk's house, first bicycle and now 3-3 car rides