New Delhi, January 30
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought suggestions from the people for his first virtual rally for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls.
Prime Minister Modi will be addressing a virtual rally on January 31 covering five districts of Western Uttar Pradesh.
Calling that the strength of democracy lay in public participation and trust, Modi invited suggestions for his first virtual rally for Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls through Namo App.
Modi's virtual rally will cover five districts Gautam Buddha Nagar, Shamli, Muzaffarnagar, Baghpat and Saharanpur of Western Uttar Pradesh where election will be held in the first phase on February 10.
In a tweet, the Prime Minister said, "The strength of democracy lies in public participation and public trust. Your participation in the virtual rally to be held for 5 districts of Uttar Pradesh on 31st January is important. I request you to share your suggestions for this rally by visiting NaMo App," Modi tweeted.
जन भागीदारी और जन विश्वास में ही लोकतंत्र की ताकत निहित है। 31 जनवरी को यूपी के 5 जिलों के लिए होने वाली वर्चुअल रैली में आपकी हिस्सेदारी महत्वपूर्ण है। मेरा आग्रह है कि इस रैली के लिए आप अपने सुझाव नमो ऐप पर जाकर अवश्य साझा करें।https://t.co/ZmJIq5QweG— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 29, 2022
The BJP has made elaborate arrangements for the virtual rally of the Prime Minister. Following the Election Commission of India (ECI) guidelines, the BJP will be arranging LED vans at 100 locations in 21 Assembly constituencies across the five districts. Around 500 people will hear the Prime Minister's address at one location as per the guidelines.
Apart from making arrangements for physical listening of Modi's virtual address, the BJP is ensuring that the maximum number of people will listen to it on various digital platforms, including the NaMo App. The BJP expects to reach out to around 10 lakh people through Prime Minister first virtual address.
In the first phase, polling will be held on 58 seats of Western Uttar Pradesh. The Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls will be held in seven phases in February-March starting from February 10. Counting of votes will be held on March 10.
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