Voting will be held today for the fourth phase of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly elections. In this phase, voting will be held in 59 seats in nine districts. Looking at the voting percentage of the last three phases, it is difficult to say at the moment who would have won this political battle.
Lucknow: Voting will be held for the fourth phase in the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly elections today. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has appealed to the people to cast their votes. In UP, where BJP has a challenge to save power. At the same time, Congress and Samajwadi Party are fighting to save their existence. Looking at the voting percentage of the last three phases, it is difficult to say anything at the moment as to who is destined to win in this political battle.
'Voting first, then refreshments'
Appealing to the people, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that leaving all work and going to vote first. CM has written in his tweet, 'U.P. Today is the fourth phase of Vidhan Sabha elections-2022. For a fear-free, riot-free, crime-free, corruption-free state, all respected voters must exercise their franchise to make Uttar Pradesh of their dreams a developed and secure state. So keep in mind... first vote then refreshment'. Let us inform that in the fourth phase, voting will be held in 59 seats of nine districts.
Vote sought in the name of cow
Earlier, launching the campaign for the fifth phase of polling in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday asked people to vote for those who protect cows and not vote for them. , who kill them. He also said that the state was ruled by goons before 2017, but after the BJP government came to power, they were put behind bars.
900 rupees per month
Adityanath was campaigning in support of BJP candidates standing from Milkipur reserved assembly seat and Bikapur seat in Ayodhya district. The Chief Minister promised to increase the security of cows and other cattle if voted to power again. He announced that farmers rearing cows would be given Rs 900 per month per cow and that his government would not compromise on the safety of cows under any circumstances.