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Manipur Elections 2022: Kiren Rijiju attends Mega Yuva Rally

Union law and justice minister Kiren Rijiju has been camping in Manipur since Saturday. The Union home minister, Kiren Rijiju, is on a blazing campaign trail to drum up support

Union law and justice minister Kiren Rijiju has been camping in Manipur since Saturday. The Union home minister, Kiren Rijiju, is on a blazing campaign trail to drum up support for the BJP ahead of the poll battle. As part of the BJP’s reach out to the youth, Rijiju, along with other leaders, addressed the mega Yuva Rally at the THAU ground, attended by sea of BJP supporters.

Addressing the gathering, Rijiju predicted a sweeping BJP wave in Manipur.

Also Read : Manipur Elections 2022: Rajnath Singh to campaign in Manipur

Besides, Rijiju also attended a number of flag hoisting ceremonies for candidates along with Chief Minister N Biren Singh. The flag hoisting ceremony is treated as the most important event during the election campaign in Manipur.

Rijiju and CM N Biren Singh attended the flag hoisting ceremony of the BJP’s Mayang Imphal candidate, K Robindro Singh.

First Published: 14th February, 2022 10:25 IST

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