Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday has left for a two-day visit to poll-bound Tamil Nadu and Kerala from Wednesday to campaign for the BJP in the states.
Yogi, BJP’s star campaigner, is scheduled to address three rallies in Tamil Nadu, and will flag off a bike rally in Paliamkulam before heading to address the public meeting at Theranilai Thedal. He will then leave from Theranilai for Madurai Airport.
The BJP leader will then address the second public meeting in Virudhunagar at around 3.45 pm today after which he will land at Mandapam at 5.45 pm. The Chief Minister will take rest at night in Rameswaram before heading for Kerala on April 1.
Yogi’s campaign in Tamil Nadu comes amid DMK’s accusation that the rival BJP party is running a proxy government through AIADMK. Tamil Nadu goes to polls on April 6.
The first public meeting of Yogi Adityanath in Kerala will be held in Haripad Assembly, Kayamkulam and then he will lead a road show at Adoor. This will be his second visit to Kerala, where he has been attacking the Left-led LDF and Congress-led UDF government, in this election season
Yogi is also scheduled to hold roadshows in Kajhakkottam and Kuramkutty before holding a public rally in Kattakada.