He will speak at a public rally in Rewa's Sirmaur constituency and convene a party worker conference in Khajuraho.
Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Akhilesh Yadav is set to kickstart his party’s election campaign in Madhya Pradesh, where upcoming assembly polls are on the horizon. Yadav will address a public gathering in Rewa’s Sirmaur constituency on Wednesday, as stated by SP’s national secretary and spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary. Additionally, he will hold a public gathering and engage with party workers in Khajuraho during his visit.
The purpose of Akhilesh Yadav’s visit to Madhya Pradesh on September 27 and 28 is to conduct a political tour ahead of the assembly elections. This includes a public meeting in the Sirmaur assembly constituency of Rewa and a worker’s conference in Khajuraho. The focus is to strengthen the party’s organizational presence in the state and build pressure for seat-sharing arrangements within the India alliance.
In a related development, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) recently unveiled its second list of 39 candidates for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly polls, which includes three Union Ministers: Narendra Singh Tomar, Prahlad Singh Patel, and Faggan Singh Kulaste. Madhya Pradesh comprises a total of 230 assembly constituencies, and the parties are gearing up for a competitive electoral battle.