- Sharad Pawar holds opposition meeting to strengthen Yashwant Sinha’s election campaign
- Yashwant Sinha has been up against NDA candidate Draupadi Murmu.
- Sinha travels to Uttar Pradesh on Thursday, Gujarat on Friday and Jammu and Kashmir on July 9 to campaign.
Presidential election: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar met on Wednesday with opposition leaders to bolster the election campaign of Yashwant Sinha, the joint opposition candidate for the post of president. Sinha has been up against the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidate Draupadi Murmu. Pawar also led Congressman Mallikarjun Kharge, India’s Communist Party-Marxist (CPI-M) Secretary General Sitaram Yechury, India’s Communist Party (CPI)’s Bhalchandra Congo and Rashtriya Janata Dal’s (RJD)’s AD. other members of the campaign team.
shared photo on twitter
Pawar shared photos of the meeting with opposition leaders on Twitter, saying: “We all stand firm with our candidate Shri Yashwant Sinha to fight for the problems our country is facing.” Pawar has taken over responsibility for Sinha’s campaign strategy and has called on opposition leaders to expand support for Sinha. An opposition leader admitted that Sinha’s campaign did not get the expected response after the NDA nominated Murmu as its candidate.
Sinha will go to J&K for promotion
At a meeting chaired by Pawar on Wednesday, it was decided that Sinha would visit Uttar Pradesh on Thursday, Gujarat on Friday and Jammu and Kashmir on 9 July. Kulkarni said Sinha will visit Jammu and Kashmir on July 9. There is no assembly in Jammu and Kashmir and the people who are not participating in the presidential election so a political message will be sent through it. It is very unfortunate that Jammu and Kashmir, the most important part of this republic, are being deprived of the Legislative Assembly. He said Sinha’s visit to Jammu and Kashmir is to express solidarity with the people there. Apart from both the members of parliament, the members of the state and the territories of the trade unions also vote in the presidential election.
Yashwant Sinha’s election campaign has been conducted in these places
Assembly elections have not been held in Jammu and Kashmir since the repeal of Article 370. Kulkarni said Sinha’s campaign started in Kerala and then toured Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Karnataka and Chhattisgarh. His campaign ends on July 17 in Maharashtra. The presidential election will be held on July 18. The NDA has nominated Draupadi Murmu as its candidate. Murmu, who belongs to the tribal community, has been governor of Jharkhand.