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Rajnath Singh and Arvind Kejriwal's meeting in Jharkhand today, Priyanka Gandhi will come tomorrow

Ranchi: The sixth part of voting within the nation and the third part in Jharkhand is to be held on Saturday, May 25. On this part, voting is to be held for 4 seats of the state, Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Dhanbad and Giridih. Now the events have elevated their efforts within the election marketing campaign of this part. On this sequence, star campaigners of NDA and India Alliance will maintain many election conferences.

Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will handle an election rally in Bokaro on Tuesday at 12:35 pm in help of BJP's Dhanbad Lok Sabha seat candidate Dhulu Mahato. On the identical time, on May 22, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma will handle an election rally in Chandankiyari in help of Dhulu Mahato. Giving info on Monday, Leader of Opposition Amar Bauri stated that 1000’s of get together employees included within the NDA alliance will collect within the election assembly.

Right here, Congress nationwide chief Priyanka Gandhi will handle election conferences in Godda and Ranchi on May 22. She’s going to handle the assembly in favor of get together candidate Yashaswini Sahay at Excessive Stress Floor in Namkum, Ranchi at 1 pm. There might be a gathering of supporters of India Alliance in favor of Congress candidate Pradeep Yadav on the honest floor of Godda at 10.30 am. On Tuesday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Man Singh will maintain a gathering in favor of the India Alliance candidate at Bistupur Gopal Maidan. Chief Minister Champai Soren, Kalpana Soren can even be current in these conferences.

Additionally Learn: Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh's election rally in Bokaro on May 21, tight safety preparations, will marketing campaign in favor of Dhulu Mahato.

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