MP connects with youth of Rani Ganj, appeals for maximum voting

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PRATAPGARH: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate and sitting MP Sangam Lal Gupta interacted directly with the youth on Sunday. Enumerating the works of Central and State Government, he enquired about the help citizens received and how was his service as an MP. On this the youth welcomed the MP with applause.

From Sunday morning to evening, Bharatiya Janata Party alliance candidate and sitting MP Sangam Lal Gupta campaigned in Raniganj assembly constituency. He held meeting with party officials in all the sectors. During the interaction with all workers of BJP’s sector, division and booth, he gave a patient hearing to the problems and suggestion. Gupta said that voting percentage also has to increase in order to give a third term to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. BJP workers should not just ask for votes, they should also appeal for timely voting as it was necessary in national interest. The MP also started Jan Chaupal from Raniganj assembly constituency from Sunday. Jan Chaupal was organized at more than a dozen places.

In this Chaupal, the public asked him questions besides the MP himself asked the people about his working as Pratapgarh MP. On this the youth welcomed him with applause. Gupta said that his mission was to ensure all-round development of Pratapgarh. He was ready to serve Pratapgarh. He said that maximum voting should be carried out as every vote would certify the work of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A resolution was taken in the organization’s meeting to motivate young voters to vote.

Maximum voting is essential for a strong democracy.

He said that the Bharatiya Janata Party workers in Pratapgarh remained active in the elections assuming that they themselves were contesting Lok Sabha elections. The MP said that it was summer season and the temperature was increasing. But even in such tough circumstances, the workers of Bharatiya Janata Party are working with dedication towards the organization, which is posing a challenge for the opponents. The opponents have nothing to say and are only busy criticizing the Prime Minister.

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