Government will create winds of youth

Government will create winds of youth

Warriors have landed in the battlefield for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. Young voters are needed to win these warriors in the political arena. The party towards which the youth will go, the government will also be formed of that party. Actually, this time there is a ban on rallies and election meetings in the elections. Candidates are promoting their campaign through internet media. Internet media is mostly used by the youth, so the candidates have started putting electoral strings on the youth. They are being linked with themselves, so that they can get the presence of the candidates to their families, societies, villages and localities. The candidate and party which the youth will like more, it is obvious that voters of other age groups will also be inclined towards the same.

Talking about the three districts of UP NCR, Ghaziabad, Gautam Budh Nagar and Hapur, the number of young voters is very high here. Most of the youth are educated and employed. Here the main issue among the youth is employment, about which they discuss among themselves. At the same time, there are a large number of youth who talk about giving priority to the issue of security, the interest of the youth. Now it has to be seen that how much space the party gives to the youth issue in its manifesto and what schemes it brings for them, so that the young voters can be inclined towards them. The youth are waiting for the manifesto of the parties to be released, so that they can form their own opinion about voting. Hapur

Voters in the age group of 20 to 29 years - 2.87 lakh

Voters in the age group of 30 to 39 years - 2.87 lakh

Ghaziabad

Voters in the age group of 20 to 29 years - 10.43 lakh

Voters in the age group of 30 to 39 years - 6.68 lakh

gautam budh nagar

Voters in the age group of 20 to 29 years - 3.01 lakh

Voters in the age group of 30 to 39 years - 4.86 lakh figures at a glance Ghaziabad : Young Voters - 19.08 lakhs: Total voters - 28.99 lakhs, Assembly seats - five

Gautam Budh Nagar : Young Voters - 8.04 Lakhs: Total Voters - 16.23 Lakhs, Assembly Seats - Three

Hapur: Young Voters - 5.42 Lakhs: Total Voters - 10 Lakh Voters, Assembly Seats - Three discussions Getting a chance to vote for the first time. I will elect such a candidate, who will try to take the youth forward.

Vivek Sharma, Gautam Budh Nagar.

Getting a chance to vote for the first time. We will vote in favor of the party which will talk about the interest of the youth along with the candidate. The youth are called upon to go out to vote.

Mohini, Hapur.

development should be uniform. Eliminate corruption completely. Keep the security system strong. I will vote keeping these issues in mind.

Gaurav Bhadauria, Ghaziabad.

The youth will vote in favor of a party that talks about the interests of the youth. Employment and security system will be the important issue in the election.

- Vishnu Joshi, Ghaziabad

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Non-bailable warrant issued against MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh in Gonda, apology application canceled

Non-bailable warrant issued against MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh in Gonda, apology application canceled

Special Judge Jitendra Gupta of MPMLA court, hearing the case of murderous attack on former minister late Vinod Kumar alias Pandit Singh in the year 1993, has issued a non-bailable warrant, canceling the application for amnesty of the accused Kaiserganj MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. .

In 1993, there was a deadly attack on former minister late Vinod Kumar alias Pandit Singh at his residence in Ballipur. It was said that several rounds of bullets were fired. At that time there was a government of Mulayam Singh Yadav in the state. Mulayam Singh Yadav sent him to the hospital by helicopter and got him treated. Kaiserganj MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh is accused in this case.

Former minister Pandit Singh died of Corona in May 2021. Special Judge of MPMLA Court Jitendra Gupta is hearing the murder case. The MPs did not appear in the court for several dates. Court has issued non-bailable warrant against Kaiserganj MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh.

Workers improve but officers do not improve: Workers improve but officers do not improve. Kaiserganj MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh has tightened this taunt on Friday without naming him. While returning from the program organized at Amdahi Dhanaiganj of Tarabganj Legislative Assembly, the convoy of Kaiserganj BJP MP suddenly stopped on Bandha-Gabhaura road. He got angry seeing the condition of the damaged road. He raised questions on the working system of the engineers of the Public Works Department. The MP said that he had raised twice in the monitoring committee meeting regarding Gabhaura road.

Said that in the name of repair of this road, maybe even money has been withdrawn. It will be investigated. After this he stopped on the culvert on the Bandha-Sarifganj road. Showing the pit located on the culvert, he said that there could be a big accident in it. Children and passersby can also die by falling in it. Despite this, the officials of the responsible Public Works Department are not waking up. He said that Jai Ho Adhikari Ki.. Jai Ho Public Works Department.

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