More than 300 seats, says Shah as he hits the ground running in Kairana
The Morning Standard|January 23, 2022
UNION Home Minister and senior BJP poll strategist Amit Shah on Saturday hit the ground in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh by launching a door-to-door campaign in Kairana. Canvassing votes for party candidate Mriganka Singh, Shah reiterated the slogan of ‘abki baar 300 paar’ (this time beyond 300 seats).
NAMITA BAJPAI

The senior BJP leader also met a number of families which had returned to the town after migrating out due to threats from local criminals.

Candidate Singh, daughter of prominent Gurjar leader late Hukum Singh who represented the seat for four consecutive terms from 1996 to 2012, is locked in a straight contest with the Samajwadi Party candidate in Kairana.

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