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Ramnavmi Forum used for political branding for election

  • Many joined the procession with their supporters

  • The easy way to meet general people in simple way

  • New faces were also marked as new aspirants


Ranchi: Ramnavami was celebrated with joy and happiness at ranchi.

But it was a good platform for political branding also.

One the present election activities, many leaders used this festival to

meet people in a simple way.

Many prominent leaders were Seen as their politics and sending

their social activeness alert through public appearance.

Some of them take part in Ramnavami’s procession regularly,

while some have been seen as new faces today.

After joining with their own procession, all the leaders appeared on

Albert Ekka Chowk one by one.

They were given place on the forums made here.

As well as walking along the way,The he was strongly welcomed in the

camps by different organisations.

Among them were former union minister Subodh Kant Sahai

and state urban development minister CP Singh besides BJP’s Ranchi

candidate Sanjay Seth.

Due to being Ram Navami, all the leaders have been away from the

election campaign today.

During this Ramanavami’s procession to meet local people became

a better medium.

Keeping in mind its old tradition, the former Union Minister was seen in

the procession along with his old companions.

During this time, he also demonstrated the game of arms with his own acquaintances.

There were questions in the crowd about many new faces coming to the

stage this time.

Many of these people did not even know the names.

After consulting the people, they did not show any interest in meeting them

after knowing the identity of the people who had built a sofa on the platform.

In the meantime, it became clear that some new faces in the field of

politics are preparing their land for admission.

However, due to electoral reasons, some familiar faces were not seen in Ranchi’s procession this time.

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