Tamil Nadu Assembly Election 2021: BJP's 'Door to Door Campaign' from March 7, Home Minister Amit Shah will launch
Home Minister Amit Shah is scheduled to visit Tamil Nadu and Kerala once again. On March 7, he will visit both the electoral states and give an edge to the BJP's election campaign. It is special that during this tour, Home Minister Amit Shah will launch the Vijay Sankalp Mahasampark Yatra campaign in Tamil Nadu.
Party sources told IANS that Home Minister Amit Shah will pay obeisance on March 7 at Suchindram Temple in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu. This program will be held at 10:20 in the morning. After this, he will launch 'Door to Door' campaign named Vijay Sankalp Mahasampark in Suchindram Town of Kanyakumari. Under this campaign, party workers will go door-to-door to the people of Tamil Nadu to discuss the policies of the central government and the vision of the BJP.
After this, Home Minister Amit Shah will do a road show from Hindu College to Kamaraj Statue. This program will start at 11:15 in the day. Home Minister Amit Shah will address workers at Uduppi Hotel in Kanyakumari at 12:30 pm. After this, the Home Minister will go to Kerala. There, he will visit Sri Ramakrishna Math in Thiruvananthapuram at 4:30 pm. Home minister Amit Shah will also take part in the BJP's Kerala Vijay Yatra in Kerala.
Voting will be held on April 6
The Election Commission of India announced the dates for the assembly elections in Kerala. Voting will take place on 6 April in Kerala. While the vote will be counted on May 2. The assembly has 140 seats in Kerala, while another seat is nominated.
The Election Commission told a press conference in Vigyan Bhawan on Friday that assembly elections will be held in Kerala in just one phase. During this time the Corona Guidelines will be strictly followed. Along with this, the voting time has also been increased by one hour. The current term of the Legislative Assembly in Kerala expires in May-June.