After much hue and cry amongst the Yadav clan for party symbol and president-ship, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has started the assembly campaigns in midst of hitting hard on rival party Bharatiya Janta Party for the upcoming UP Elections 2017. The campaigning which took off today was followed by the official first list of the candidates standing from their constituency in the polls.
However, today’s marketing strategy witnessed two main things; first Akhilesh’s uncle Shivpal Yadav’s name was missing from the first list and secondly, he hit Narendra Modi-led BJP government hard regarding its fake promises towards the public. He continued saying that his new manifesto includes genuine promises which are practical enough to be applied by the public. Earlier, Mr Modi actual campaignstrategy ‘Swacch Bharat’ faded away in words itself.
In the upcoming UP Elections 2017, Akhilesh assured that 50% criteria had been provided to Women as well as Youth who will be benefitted at every niche thus leaving the central ruling party jaw-dropped. He even stated that if higher officials wanted to incorporate some of the schemes from the manifesto, were open to taking credits from the party. Keeping Priyanka Gandhi as one of the main candidates from Amethi and Rae Bareilly, the interference of the Congress leader has not been depicted wrongly yet.
In fact, Akhilesh is confident enough to take over almost 300 out of 430 seats in Uttar Pradesh giving away few seats to BJP and none to Mayawati-led BSP party. Criticising heavily for the demonetization probe, he reverted as public belonging to rural areas have been suffering severely since the decision was made on October 18, 2016. Furthermore, highlighting his party’s achievements, Akhilesh stated that if he wins UP Elections 2017, he would bring and establish world’s best of industries in the State so that people need not travel distances to earn money be it any class or stature.
Assuring to come with fair, clean and fruitful politics, Akhilesh Yadav campaign for UP Elections 2017 attracted as many as 2 lakhs of voters held in Sultanpur, UP.