The ancient name of Firozabad was Chandwar Nagar. It is said that during the reign of Akbar, Firoz Shah Mansab changed its name to Firozabad in 1566. The Digambar Jain Temple and Marsalganj Jain Temple here are very famous among Jain followers. Apart from this, Vaishnav Devi Temple, Gopal Ashram, Hanuman Temple, the birthplace of Baba Neem Karori Maharaj are the main centers of faith for the devotees here. From the point of view of tourism, here Padam, Chandwar Gate, Sufi Sahib Mazar, Rapri, Santi, Shahi Masjid, Firoz Shah’s Tomb, Raja’s Tal are also very popular.
There are five such religious and historical Firozabad assembly constituencies. During the 2017 assembly elections, four of these were won by the Bharatiya Janata Party and one by the Samajwadi Party candidate. Now elections are to be held here again next year. In such a situation, what will be the issues in the election for the common people this time? What do the youth, women and the general public here think about the present government? Did Firozabad develop in these four and a half years or not? What do the leaders of political parties think? On what issues will he go to the public? To know the answer to all such questions, the election chariot of ‘Amar Ujala’, ‘Satta Ka Sangram’ will be held in Firozabad today (Friday).
You can also join this forum of ‘Amar Ujala’. Through this you will be able to raise every issue of your region, city, state and country. Will you be able to tell what are your expectations from the leaders and political parties in the coming elections? On which issues will you vote and what do you want from the leaders?
When and where will the events take place?
1. 8 am
Location: Rahul tea stall near bus stand
2. 4 pm
Discussions with the heads of major political parties
Location: Grounds located in Gopal Ashram Complex
So far the program in these districts
Till now this program of ‘Amar Ujala’ has been done in many districts of western Uttar Pradesh. The ‘battle of power’ that started from Ghaziabad has reached Etah via Moradabad, Rampur, Amroha, Bareilly, Badaun, Pilibhit, Shahjahanpur, Lakhimpur Kheri, Sitapur, Hardoi, Farrukhabad, Kannauj, Etawah, Mainpuri. Now the next stop is Firozabad.
What will be special in ‘Struggle of Power’?
Amar Ujala will reach voters of every section under the electoral chariot ‘Satta Ka Sangram’. There will be dialogue with women and youth and direct questions will be asked from political figures. Amar Ujala is giving you a platform where you can put forth your views so that when political personalities come to hold election rallies, they also remember the ground issues related to you.
special incentive system
Special incentives have also been arranged for the audience and the audience participating at the grassroots level in the programs related to ‘Satta Ka Sangram’.
Where can you watch this special coverage?