Lok Sabha polls: Minister hopes climate won’t change here | India News – Times of India

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Campaigning for Lok Sabha Elections There is a pitchfork Bhupendra YadavUnion Environment Minister, BJP’s key organizational man and backroom strategist, on the frontline in Rajasthan. Alwar ConstituencyIt is known as much for its lakes, Nimrana and Sariska tigers as it is for its cars, tractors and breweries.
Less than 10 days before the first phase of polling – also his debut as a Lok Sabha candidate – Bhupinder addresses about 40 corner meetings a day, delving into Bhiwadi’s industrial estates and neighboring villages. Apply. Modi GovtFor example, the construction of the Ram temple and the abrogation of Article 370 were emphasized in decision-making. He quickly moved on to the region’s water crisis, telling crowds in housing societies and temple complexes that his development agenda for the industrial heartland of eastern Rajasthan should marry PM Modi’s vision of ‘Vakshat Bharat’. will
“Drinking water supply and sewage disposal are major issues affecting the area. The corrupt Congress government of the last five years (Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government) has not implemented the central government’s Jal Shakti Mission. “I will work with the Center and the state governments of Haryana and Rajasthan to resolve it,” says Bhupendra.

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At the western end of the Alwar constituency, in Rajgarh-Lakshmangarh, the Congress MLA from Mandawar and now its LS candidate, Lalit Yadav, addresses similar public meetings in a largely rural setting. He emphasizes his local touch by describing Bhupendra as an “outsider” from Haryana.
Addressing farmers and local youth in the assembly constituency, which has been loyal to the Congress for the past two decades, the 34-year-old arts graduate accused Bhupendra of making hollow claims. Lalit claims that there is no detailed project report for the water pipeline project between Haryana and Rajasthan.
He also plays on caste, telling his audience that Bhupinder did not support the Ahir regiment’s demand for territory in the army (locals blocked the Delhi-Gurgaon highway in February 2022 to pressure him). had done). Alwar is dominated by the Ahirs (synonymous with the Yadus), who showed their bravery in the battle of Rising Law (1962). They count Rao Tula Ram, one of the heroes of 1857, among them.
With polling day just over a week away, campaigning is in full swing. Both sides are seeing it as a prestige battle. Former Alwar MP and now Tejara MLA, Mahant Balak Nath, has come with Bhupendra to quell rumors around town that he is unhappy at not getting a ticket. Rajasthan Chief Minister Bhajanlal Sharma and his deputy Daya Kumari will also throw their weight behind Bhupendra, as will Home Minister Amit Shah, who is campaigning for him on April 13. The BJP believes that Shah’s rally will dent its already bright prospects.
Lalit’s campaign may be short on resources, but it has also drawn star campaigners from the India bloc. Sachin Pilot addressed a large rally in support of him in Kishangarh on Monday, while SP chief Akhilesh Yadav and Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra are also expected to follow suit.
BSP’s Fazal Hussain could spoil Lalit’s chances, though he is third in the race.

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