Mrigendra Pandey, Raipur. On the formula of Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, the Congress will prepare a campaign for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. The Congress campaign planned during the Chhattisgarh assembly elections will be implemented more or less. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, who went to Lucknow recently, had a discussion with Congress’s National General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra for about an hour at Kaul House. In this it was decided that in each assembly constituency, leaders of outside states would be appointed observers, whose reporting would be directly to Baghel. According to highly placed sources of Congress, observers will be appointed in 403 assembly constituencies, who will take charge of the respective assemblies for three months.
The increasing interference of Chief Minister Baghel in the politics of the Center can be gauged from the fact that the seven promises prepared by the Congress for the Uttar Pradesh elections were given by him. On the lines of Chhattisgarh, in Uttar Pradesh too, Congress will enter the election fray with seven promises. In this, promises like purchase of paddy from farmers at Rs 2500 per quintal, electricity bill half will be included. A separate war room will be set up in each assembly constituency for the conduct of the election campaign. In this, the focus will be on from election campaign to booth management. It is being told that it will be completed in the next one month.
After returning from Lucknow, Bhupesh Baghel said in a discussion with the media that the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh is angry with the youth, farmers, women, scheduled caste people and all sections of the people including businessmen. From what has been seen initially, the departure of the Yogi government seems certain. Farmers and women in Uttar Pradesh seem to be suffering.
Congress will take out pledge rally
Congress will take out a pledge rally in Uttar Pradesh. This rally will be organized in every division. Regarding the meeting held with Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Chief Minister Baghel said that the issues which have to be taken up among the public have been discussed. Discussions have been held regarding the yatras to be taken out by the Congress. Will give information about the work done by the Congress-ruled state governments among the public.