Akhilesh Yadav rides bicycle to woo voters in run up to national polls

New Delhi, Feb. 23: Ahead of upcoming Lok Sabha elections due by May this year, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Akhilesh Yadav rode a bicycle crediting his party for the development of poor, farmers, labourers and youth, as he flagged off a cycle rally in Delhi on Sunday to woo voters.

With the last session of the 15th Lok Sabha coming to an end, political parties are now in a frenzy to woo the voters ahead of the general elections, which will decide the fate of the country.

“The achievements of Samajwadi Party which have benefited the farmers, the poor labourers, youth and the current situation of this country where fluctuating economy, unsafe borders, and the continuous rejection of the two main parties by the voters is clearly evident, so the youth have started the rally with a clarion call to strengthen the Samajwadi party,” said Yadav. (ANI)