Despite 7 yrs, Minor Anti-Incumbency In UP, Shah Best Suited To Sail Us Through: Balyan At Mega Parivar Meet

| Updated : October 29, 2021, 8:53 pm
Updated : October 29, 2021, 8:53 pm

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Lucknow: With a new line-up including Union ministers Dharmendra Pradhan and Anurag Thakur as party’s overall campaign incharges of Uttar Pradesh, Union home minister Amit Shah, who spearheaded party’s poll prospects in 2014 where they bagged 71 out of 80 seats, on Friday dashed to Lucknow to launch a campaign called “Mera Parivar, Bhajpa Parivar.

While Shah addressed the crowd at the Defence Expo Ground in Lucknow, The New Indian’s Executive Editor Rohan Dua got hold of Lok Sabha Member of Parliament and Muzaffarnagar representative Sanjeev Balyan. Also Read: Leander Paes, Nafisa Ali And Mrinalini Deshprabhu Join Trinamool Congress Ahead Of Goa Elections 2022

Balyan said that Uttar Pradesh will certainly see a tough fight due to seven-year anti incumbency but Shah’s guidance, in holding the party leaders like a flock was enough to keep tempers and dissatisfaction under check amid a host of infrastructure projects.

Questions have been raised regarding the anti-incumbency sentiment among the people of the state.


Those changes will only be minute, there will be some ups and downs but nobody knows Uttar Pradesh better than Amit Shah. He’s here to fix all of that and see us sail through. Each time he set his foot on UP, its tone changed in our favour.

The animal husbandry MoS briefly acknowledged the removal of barricades at New Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border on Friday as a pre-decided move.

Addressing the accusations of unfairness and corruption in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence probe by the Uttar Pradesh Police, Balyan saying that probe is already very fair and will be analysed from all angles.

Acknowledging the fact that Rakesh Tikait, National Spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) is from Balyan’s constituency, he said that Muzaffarnagar is in ‘safe hands’. Also Read & Watch: In Goa, Prashant Kishor Says BJP Is Here To Stay For Decades With 30 % Vote Share; War Erupts After BJP Claims Win, Cong Takes Dig At TMC


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