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Advice of BJP state president in UP – ticket contenders for civic elections, do not write yourself on the poster as potential candidate

BJP State President Bhupendra Chaudhary said that like the Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha elections, the party will register a historic victory in the civic elections also because of the workers. For this the workers have to stay organized. Giving a stern advice to the ticket candidates, he said that all the workers can make their preparations by going in the middle of the voters, but no one will write themselves on the hoardings and banners. The state president had reached the party office on Saturday evening to review the preparations for the civic polls.

Brilliant victory in civic elections too

Political parties have started preparations for the civic polls. In such a situation, on Saturday, BJP state president Bhupendra Chaudhary reached the party office located in Reti Mohalla of the metropolis to hold a meeting with the workers. Finance and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna welcomed him with a mace. After this, the state president targeted the Samajwadi Party and said that in the previous elections, many parties had contested the elections in alliance. But even after that he could not give competition to BJP. The civic polls will also be fought in the same fashion. For this, preparations are being tested by holding frequent meetings.

Instructions given to propagate the policies of the party

He said that a large number of candidates are being claimed for tickets in every body, but no worker should write himself as a prospective or potential candidate, because by writing this, the workers consider themselves as a complete candidate and if they do not get the ticket, they themselves feels disappointed. He energized the workers to make them more strong by making the left out votes and promoting the policies of the party. On this occasion, MP Arun Sagar, District Panchayat President Mamta Yadav, District President KC Mishra etc. were present.