Assembly election in UT : Electioneering at its peak for Apr 6 Assembly election in UT

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Puducherry, Apr 3 : With just three days left for the voting, the spirited electioneering reached its peak for the Assembly poll in the Union territory.

Loud speaker fitted vehicles are all over the town and canvassing for their respective party candidates while, the candidates preferred a door-to-door campaign.

Because of the scorching heat, candidates preferred canvassing in the morning and evening and taking rest at noon time.

While,the Congress party is canvassing by stating that the Congress-DMK government was not allowed to function allegedly by the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre through the then Lt.Governor and its achievements in spite of all odds.

The BJP which is desperately trying to lay its foot in the UT is promising the people of development if the same party is in power at the Centre and in State.

The party is urging people to vote for a change.

The saffron party which contested the last assembly election alone in all the 30 assembly constituencies and lost all of them is contesting this time in alliance with the N R Congress, the main opposition party and AIADMK.

In its desperate attempt to come to power, at least in alliance with the NR congress which the party, assumes as its stepping stone for its efforts in Tamil Nadu, is leaving no stone unturned.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Twice), Mr Amit Shah (twice), Mr J P Nadda , Mr Nirmala Sitaraman, Mr Giriraj Singh, Mr Arjun Ram Meghwal and a team of BJP activists from Karnataka, besides party in charge here Nirmal Kumar Sunrana have campaigned for the BJP candidates.

On the other hand, DMK President M K Stalin, former Union Minister Veerappa Moily and leader of the opposition in the Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge are among others undertook campaign for the Secural Democratic Alliance (SDA) and urged the people not to allow the BJP to come to power in the UT as it coming to power means Puducherry will lose its separate identity, communal harmony and peace.

UNIINDIA

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