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UP Elections 2022: BJP Prepares To Take Out Six Yatras From December 7

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New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will take out six big yatras across Uttar Pradesh in view of the upcoming elections, with the first one beginning on December 7.

Through these six yatras, the party will cover Awadh, Kashi, Gorakhpur, Brij, Western UP and Bundelkhand regions. BJP will bring its workers into the election mode along with informing everyone about the development and welfare schemes of the current government, according to a News18 report.

This decision was taken in the meeting of the Election Steering Committee held on Tuesday for the elections held at the state headquarters of the BJP.

A BJP official said that now the achievements of the central and state governments will be told to people in the yatras. He said that the detailed action plan for the yatra will be decided later. A committee will be formed to conduct these yatras and all the big leaders will be given important responsibility. 

OB Bureau

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