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PM Modi’s Name Enough To Ensure Victory In UP Polls: AK Sharma

PM Narendra Modi’s name and his blessings will be enough for victory in the upcoming assembly elections, AK Sharma said.

 

Lucknow| UP MLC AK Sharma, who recently was made the vice-president of Uttar Pradesh BJP unit says that the people of the state still shower love on PM Narendra Modi as much as they did in 2013-14. He further said that PM Modi’s name is enough to bring the victory home.

In a letter sent to state BJP President Swatantra Dev Singh, former IAS officer AK Sharma said, “In my opinion, the people of UP still love PM Modi as much as they did in 2013-14. PM Narendra Modi’s name and his blessings will be enough for victory in the upcoming assembly elections. He is a mass leader. Along with him, we also have the blessings of the party president and senior leaders.”

This is AK Sharma’s first such letter after taking up the responsibility as Vice President of UP BJP. He promised that he will put his best efforts to campaign for upcoming assembly elections and will also inspire his colleagues to do the same. This letter has also been shared on Twitter by AK Sharma.

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He has also appreciated the leadership of CM Yogi Adityanath in UP. “I firmly believe that under the leadership of you (Swatantra Dev Singh) and CM Yogi Adityanath, BJP will get more seats in the 2022 assembly elections than before,” Sharma said.

In this letter, AK Sharma also mentioned the work done on his behalf during his IAS tenure. He also spoke about the experience of working with PM Narendra Modi for two decades. Sharma wrote, “During 2001 to 2021, I worked as an assistant to Vikas Purush, PM Narendra Modi. I was with him in his journey from being the CM of Gujarat to be the PM.”

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