Rajnath Singh files nomination for Lok Sabha 2024

Rajnath Singh

Lucknow: BJP candidate Rajnath Singh filed nomination from Lucknow Lok Sabha seat, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. He has won this seat with a landslide victory in 2014 and 2019. He has been made a candidate from Lucknow Lok Sabha seat for the third consecutive time.

On the occasion of nomination, many leaders including Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya were present with him.

Rajnath Singh’s road show for nomination started from the BJP office in Lucknow and he reached the Collectorate along with hundreds of his workers. During this time, BJP workers remained very excited and seemed confident of their victory for the third time.

Before leaving for nomination, Rajnath Singh worshiped at Hanuman Setu temple in Lucknow. He performed Jalabhishek of Lord Shiva and visited Hanuman temple. A crowd of supporters was seen outside the party office in Lucknow since Monday morning. People seem excited to join the procession with drums.

During this, Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami said that I have seen the changing Lucknow, there are flyovers, metro, all kinds of parks. He said that the capital has developed rapidly. The work which was started during the time of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, has been taken forward under the leadership of Rajnath Singh.

PM Narendra Modi  addressed an election rally in Karnataka. Later today, he would also address another rally in Maharashtra. Simultaneously, Amit Shah and BJP president JP Nadda are also set to hold poll rallies in Guwahati and Telangana, respectively. As the country gears up for the third phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 7, Union Minister Rajnath Singh today filed his nomination from Lucknow. Ministers Kaushal Kishore and Smriti Irani will also file their nominations today. The polling for the third phase is scheduled to be held across 94 constituencies in 12 states.



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