Adityanath Yogi meets party leaders, workers, tells them to gear up for 2019 Lok Sabha elections

"UP CM Adityanath said that Lok Sabha polls will take place after two years and by then the work done by the central government and state government must be visible," said Rameshwar Chaurasia, UP co-in-charge, who was also present in the meeting.

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Adityanath Yogi today met with the party MPS, MLAs of Gorakhpur and askled them to gear up for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

"UP CM Adityanath said that Lok Sabha polls will take place after two years and by then the work done by the central government and state government must be visible," said Rameshwar Chaurasia, UP co-in-charge, who was also present in the meeting.

Citing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's example and how he worked 18-hours a day, chief minister Adityanath urged bureaucrats and party workers to work in a coordinated manner for development of the state.

"Adityanath said if officers and party workers work hard then in the next two years people in the state will benefit and they will realise that Uttar Pradesh is now on the track of development. He asked everyone to work hard like PM Modi and himself," Chaurasia said

Chaurasia added that Adityanath stressed upon the need to provide uninterrupted electricity supply in the state in the next two months and also fill all the potholes in the state till June 15.

13 MPs and 46 MLAs were present in the meeting along with other senior functionaries.

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