New Delhi – Uttar Pradesh, seen as the principle determinant of will’s identity India’s next Prime Minister, will vote on seven days, beginning February 4 and completion March 8. Like four different states including Punjab, the outcomes for India’s most-crowded state will be declared on March 11, the Election Commission reported today.
Uttar Pradesh, which has 403 seats & 200 million people, will test Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity after he unexpectedly pulled 86% of the cash being used in a demonetization drive that he accepts will check black cash and tax evasion.
Yes, it will, agreed the Congress, which said it will highlight the cash crunch that encompassed the country after 500- and 1,000-rupee notes were cancelled at a few hours’ notice. “The notes ban has caused the max pain to each 125 cr peoples,” said party spokesperson Manish Tewari.
At a rally on Monday in the state capital of Lucknow, PM Modi said he was dazed by the extent of the group of audience – “this is the biggest rally I have ever observed” he pronounced – and emphasized that his government has introduced new money related plans with advantage little dealers, businessmen and farmers, accepted to be most exceedingly terrible hit by the notes boycott.
Claiming a “constructive undercurrent” for the BJP after the notes boycott, party representative GVL N Rao said, “the battle against corruption and demonetization will be the fundamental subject of the elections.”
Yes, it will, agreed the Congress, which said it will highlight the money crunch that encompassed the nation after 500-and 1,000-rupee notes were cancelled off at a couple of hours’ notice. “The notes boycott has brought on the most extreme torment to each of the 125 cr ” said party spokesperson Manish Tewari.