Modi wave helps BJP leaders, party workers to woo voters

Ujjain : BJP leaders and workers are working hard to air the Modi- Wave in the Ujjain- Alote parliamentary constituency, as the polling countdown has begun.Only six days to go, the party workers are involved in intensive election campaigning in different parts of constituency.

Minister of School Education Paras Jain and MLA Mohan adav have been making public visits in their respective constituencies to seek support for Modi.Addressing a street meeting at Teliwada square on Thursday, Minister Jain asked electorates to demand Congress party to give account of five years of their tenure. Condemning sitting MP Premchand Guddu, Jain said that he had not done a single welfare work for citizens of the constituency during his five years of tenure.

Jain made visit of different localities including Tulsi Nagar, Vimal Mill ki Chawl, Sudama Nagar, Balaram Colony, Samajik Nyay Parisar, Kanthal, Biyabani Square and others. MLA Mohan adav visited Gangedi, Hasampura and Brajrajkhedi villages on Thursday.

Minister Jain will initiate his public visit in ward 25 while MLA Mohan adav will begin his public visit from ward 45 in support of Dr Malviya on Friday. MLAs from other constituencies are also indulged in extensive campaigning of LS polls, wooing voters by making promises which they would fulfill after formation of BJP government. Party workers are also taking benefits of Modi- Wave to influence electorates in rural areas.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will address a public meeting at Malipura at 7.30 pm on Saturday in support of BJP candidate Dr Chintamani Malviya.

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