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Apr 07, 2019

Electioneering intensified in Uttarakhand; as 2-days left for campaigns to stop

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The BJP and Congress have intensified their electioneering in Uttarakhand, as only two days are left for the campaigns to stop. BJP national spokesperson, Shahnawaz Hussain addressed an election rally and briefed media persons in Dehradun today. He said there is Modi tsunami across the country in this election too. 

Addressing an election meeting in Pratap Nagar, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that what Congress could not do in 50 years, Modi Government accomplished in last 5 years. 
Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister and Congress leader Sachin Pilot addressed election rallies in Tehri and Uttarkashi. He said that despite a full mandate, BJP Government could not fulfill its promises. Mr Pilot said that if voted to power, Congress will implement the NYAY scheme as promised by Congress President Rahul Gandhi.

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