Earlier today, Malini took Twitter to announce that her husband would campaign for her in her constituency. "Today is a special day for me! Dharamji is here in Mathura to campaign for a whole day on my behalf. The public is waiting eagerly to get a glimpse of him and listen to what he has to say," she said in a tweet.
In an interview to ANI on April 13, Malini exuded confidence that 'her work' will help her win the polls. "I have provided water, electricity facility to all areas in the constituency. I have also got a passport office open in Mathura. Earlier, people had to go to Aligarh or other towns for making passports. Roads have been widened. Connectivity has improved a lot," the actor-turned-politician had said.
Election to Mathura Lok Sabha constituency is slated to be held in the second phase of polling on April 18.
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