PM Modi addresses public rally in Sonbhadra ahead of 6th phase of UP polls

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On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host a webinar on “Technology-Enabled Development” to outline action points for implementing the sector’s provisions in the Union budget. The Prime Minister’s address will be followed by four breakout sessions facilitated by the Departments of Telecommunications; scientific and industrial research; science and technology; and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.

With two phases of Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections remaining, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a rally in Sonbhadra and Gazipur today.

The ruling Biju Janta Dal (BJD) won the three-tier panchayat elections by winning 766 of the 852 seats announced by the State Election Commission on Tuesday. Following the announcement of the results, Chief Minister and BJD Chairman Naveen Patnaik said, “This unwavering love has further strengthened our commitment to public service. My congratulations to the winning candidates of the party and to all the workers who have transformed the BJD into a movement through dedicated work. ”

According to the State Election Commission, out of 852, BJD won 766 seats, Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) won 42 Zilla Parishad seats while Congress managed to win 37 seats. Additionally, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) won three seats, CPI-M won one and independent candidates won three seats.

Parts of northwest India, including the nation’s capital, are expected to experience normal to above-normal minimum temperatures, while maximum temperatures are expected to be below normal between March and May, according to a spring forecast from the Indian Meteorological Department released on Tuesday. .

Publishing its seasonal forecast for the period up to May, the Met Department said large parts of northern, northwestern and central India are likely to experience above normal temperatures during this period. . However, the maximum temperature in the Indo-Gangetic plains including Delhi, eastern and northeastern India as well as most parts of southern India are expected to record below normal maximum temperatures.

Parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh are expected to record normal to above normal maximum temperatures during this period, according to IMD forecasts.