The first virtual rally was launched from Samajwadi Party’s office at Gautam Palli on Wednesday. While addressing this rally, Samajwadi Party’s senior leader Ambika Chaudhary, exposing the failures of the Bharatiya Janata Party government of the state, put Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in the dock.
Before the rally, all the Samajwadi Party workers were instructed to share the link of the video of their leader with their friends and relatives through online resources. The Samajwadi Party received a good response for this rally. The party workers put their best efforts to share the link as much as possible and to make it successful.
It was a good day for the Samajwadi Party, which is considered to be less trained than the BJP and the Congress, in the election campaign that has gone virtual amidst all the restrictions on the crowd due to surge in COVID-19 cases. In fact, it was a trial which was done to see the response before Akhilesh Yadav’s virtual rally.
Samajwadi Party Digital Media Coordinator Manish Jagan Aggarwal told us that BJP may have a big IT team but their will power is not bigger than that of Samajwadi Party leaders. “Our leader Akhilesh Yadav is technically savvy, he is proficient in this. The BJP is projecting itself stronger on this platform because they have no shortage of money and resources. They can influence social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter etc. They have close contact with the owners of the mobile company. But they cannot change the heart of the people of Uttar Pradesh, which is plagued by the arbitrariness of this government. The success of today’s virtual rally has proved it,” he said.