Lok Sabha Elections 2024: On January 25, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anticipated to begin campaigning from Bulandshar, Uttar Pradesh.

2024 Lok Sabha Elections: According to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) insiders, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is preparing for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, with the first electoral rally set for January 25 in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh.

Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Prime Minister Narendra Modi likely to kick-start  rallies from UP's Bulandshar on January 25 | Mint

The Bulandshahr event, which comes a few days after the Ayodhya Ram Lalla Pran Pratishtha Samaroh on January 22, will signal the start of the 2024 Lok Sabha election campaign.

Leaders of the BJP and party activists in western Uttar Pradesh are making extensive preparations in anticipation of a sizable crowd.

BJP’s Focus on Western Uttar Pradesh

PM Modi likely to kick off 2024 Lok Sabha campaign from Bulandshahr. Know  why | Latest News India - Hindustan Times

In western Uttar Pradesh, the BJP now controls eight of the fourteen seats, despite losses in six of those seats in 2019. According to reports, Prime Minister Modi is preparing to flip the results in these seats come election time in 2024. Beginning in Bulandshahr, the campaign seeks to establish a connection with voters and supporters in historically contested areas by spreading the slogan of triumph.

Approximately five lakh people are expected to attend PM Modi’s rally in Bulandshahr, according to the BJP. With a shooting range field in Meerut Commissionerate, the Prime Minister’s planned public meeting in Bulandshahr’s Navada village on January 25 is expected to garner support.

Alliance Announcements in the Political Arena

LS polls: PM likely to kick-start election rally from UP's Bulandshar on Jan  25

Akhilesh Yadav, the head of the Samajwadi Party (SP), said a day ago that his party would establish an alliance with the Rashtriya Lok Dal for the Lok Sabha elections. He highlighted the importance of a strong INDIA coalition and said that more negotiations with the Congress would be held to determine the state’s seat-sharing arrangement.

Former MPs, MLAs, and MLCs were among the party leaders that Yadav met with in Lucknow. He called attention to winnability as the standard by which seats are decided, and he asked party employees to make sure that party supporters are registered on the new voter list. Yadav has charged that certain party workers’ names were taken off the list by the state’s BJP government.

Seat-sharing negotiations are underway between the Congress and the SP ahead of the anticipated April–May Lok Sabha elections this year.

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