Delhi Election 2020: Amit Shah took command of the marketing campaign in Delhi, 33 conferences and eight street exhibits in 13 days

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: The marketing campaign for the Delhi Assembly elections ended at 5 pm on Thursday. In the election marketing campaign, BJP's Union Home Minister Amit Shah and occasion president J.J. P was retained in Nadda. The Union Home Minister participated within the marketing campaign for 13 days. He held 33 conferences and eight street exhibits in 13 days, whereas BJP President J.J. P. Nadda participated in about 54 gatherings and street exhibits.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to the final stage to marketing campaign for the BJP. <! –

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                 Modi campaigned for 2 days in Delhi elections, rallied in Shahdara in East Delhi on February three and in Dwarka, West Delhi on February 4. In the final two weeks, Amit Shah took full command of the BJP's election marketing campaign. Between January 23 and February 6, Shah campaigned in Delhi for 13 days and in whole held 53 conferences and street exhibits. Shah had dinner at a employee's home at some point. He went door-to-door asking for votes and likewise addressed the sales space employees in Talkatora.

BJP fielded UP CM Yogi within the final second
In order to capitalize on the problem of Shaheen Bagh, the BJP additionally fielded UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a last-minute election marketing campaign. Yogi Adityanath campaigned in Delhi for 4 days from February 1 to February 4. Yogi addressed a complete of 12 rallies. Yogi campaigned principally in these seats the place the voters of Purvanchal are in giant numbers. Apart from this, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari addressed 5, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh 12 conferences in Delhi.

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