Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a public rally in Agra today to launch Pradhanmantri Grameen Awas Yojna scheme.
PMGAY is a scheme that provides home to the rural poor who lives below poverty line. The scheme will be implemented by year 2022. The main moto of the scheme is to give about 3 crore new housing units all over India to the poor people.
Several BJP supporters will attend the rally and will kick-start the party campaign for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, scheduled next year.
Talking from the election point of view, Agra is Bahujan Samaj Party's an incredible home base and in all prior Assembly decisions, they performed extraordinary. In the last Assembly races, the BSP removed 6 from 9 situates in the city, while the BJP oversaw just 2 and Samajwadi Party took 1. Nonetheless, PM Modi's Agra rally may create some fascinating responses, particularly after the entire country got grasped, first in the surgical strikes and now the cash section boycott. The boycott has in certainty influenced the area as political gatherings have been thinking that its hard to work without money.
One of the leading newspaper report claimed that, BJP laborers came up short on money 'like every other person', yet at the same time, they needed to deal with the enormous undertaking of get ready for Narendra Modi's rally in under 7 days, by utilizing age-old techniques like goodwill and credit. There is a change that the PM should confront some open shock with respect to the demonetisation issue.
Taking after the administration's choice to boycott Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, individuals have been queueing at banks, ATMs and post workplaces. While the choice may be the positive figure the decisions as it addresses the dark cash issue, yet such open burden can conflict with the BJP as well. Then, there has been allegedly some resistance from the minority advisory groups in the regions also.