160 Star Campaigners to Battle it Out For Nagaland’s Lone Lok Sabha Seat

The solitary Lok Sabha seat of Nagaland will see a teeth-holding challenge, with upwards of 160 star campaigners driving fight for the four gatherings – the BJP, Congress, Naga Peoples’ Front (NPF) and National Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP).

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is handling 40 hopefuls, who are being driven by Prime Minister Narendra Modi – one of the star campaigners in the state. The rundown of other star campaigners incorporate gathering’s leader Amit Shah, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Minister for Roads Transport Nitin Gadkari, Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju and previous UP Chief Minister.

Bollywood genius Hema Malini and TV on-screen character and Union Minister Smriti Irani are required to be swarm pullers given their fan-following in the state.

Hema Malini is an easily recognized name in the Nagaland and is prevalently known as “Dream young lady” and “Basanti” for her hit movies like ‘Dream Girl’ and ‘Sholay’.

BJP national general secretary and accountable for Northeast and Ram Madhav is additionally on the rundown of star campaigners. The state BJP president Temjen Imna and Deputy Chief Minister Y. Patton has likewise been named in the rundown.

In the mean time, the Congress has shortlisted 40 names as its star campaigners, which incorporates party president Rahul

Gandhi, general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, previous Nagaland Chief Minister Dr SC Jamir, State Congress president K Therie and previous Goa Chief Minister Luizinho faleiro, Navjot Singh Sidhu.

The Congress is being upheld by Naga Peoples’ Front (NPF) in the state. NPF itself put out a rundown of 40 star campaigners who are being driven by the gathering’s leader, Dr Shurhozelie Liezietsu. Additionally, among different campaigners are previous Chief Minister TR Zeliang, working presidents Huskha Yepthomi and Apong Pongener, Rajya Sabha MP KG Kenye, previous home priest Kuzholuzo Nienu, previous pastors Imkong L Imchen, Yitachu, Chotisuh Sazo, Chumben Murry, Vikheho Swu and Ngangshi K Ao.

The NPF applicant Toshipokba Longkumer pulled back his candidature from the Aonglenden bye-decision to help the

National Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) hopeful leaving his previous gathering all excited.

The NPF is challenging from Outer Manipur voting public.

National Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) likewise has 40-star campaigners involving fundamentally its gathering heads including boss pastor Neiphiu Rio, Chingwang Konyak, Abu Metha and Alemtemshi Jamir.

BJP, which has 12 sitting MLAs, is in an alliance with the decision People’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) in the state.

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