"There is no challenge for me in Gorakhpur as I have the blessings of Baba Gorakhnath and Yogi Adityanath. Apart from this, we have people's blessings for the work done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi," he told reporters after meeting Adityanath.
Slamming the opposition parties, he said "the 'Gathbandhan' (anti-BJP alliance) will divide the country" if voted to power.
"The opposition in order to realise its vested interest, makes the public forget many things, so we will knock every door and tell people about the various welfare schemes and projects launched by this government for different sections of the society," Ravi Kishan said.
Gorakhpur goes to polls on May 19, the last phase of the seven-phase Lok Sabha election.
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