Mamata Banerjee Visits Varanasi To Support Akhilesh Yadav

Mamata Banerjee Visits Varanasi To Support Akhilesh Yadav

The Trinamool Congress leader will be in Varanasi on Wednesday to attend Akhilesh Yadav’s campaign for the last stage of the Uttar Pradesh election on March 3.

Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, is doing everything she can to ensure that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is surpassed in the Uttar Pradesh election of 2022.

Varanasi is a prominent battleground for the BJP because it is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Lok Sabha constituency. The specific electoral belt includes eight Assembly seats that will be contested in the last phase of the ongoing UP election in 2022 on March 7.

Her scheduled event in Varanasi

Banerjee will arrive in Varanasi on March 2 and will likely attend the evening ‘Ganga aarti.’ On Thursday, the Bengal Chief Minister will visit the Dashashwamedh Ghat.

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During her two-day journey, the Trinamool Congress chief is slated to visit Kashi Vishwanath Temple (VT) and do puja.

Other Campaigns Taking Place In Varanasi

On Thursday, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, the Congress general secretary, is scheduled to start campaigning in the holy city, Varanasi.

PM Modi is also scheduled to travel to Varanasi to persuade voters to vote for the BJP in the seventh phase of the Uttar Pradesh election in 2022.

Banerjee went to Lucknow earlier this month to convey her support for the Samajwadi Party, which Akhilesh Yadav operates.

The Trinamool Congress chief, Mamata Banerjee, has stated that she will travel to Uttar Pradesh to encourage Akhilesh Yadav. She wants the incumbent BJP to lose the State Poll in 2022.

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Mishap On Her Tour

Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, was met by protestors on her route to witness the ‘Ganga Aarti.’ On her way to the Ghat, a group of Hindu Yuva Vahini (HYV) supporters waved black flags and chanted “go back,” “Jai Shree Ram,” and “Modi Modi.”