While Mulayam will hold a rally in the city tomorrow, Akhilesh will address a public meeting on Sunday at the parade ground, Agarwal said.
He said TV actress Shweta Tiwari held a roadshow yesterday and appealed to people to vote for the party.
Agarwal claimed that in last two years the Uttar Pradesh government has spent crores of rupees in constructing roads and flyovers and that it will complete its full term.
He also said his direct contest is with BJP's Murli Manohar Joshi as Congress's Sriprakash Jaiswal and BSP's Saleem Ahmad are on the third and fourth place respectively.
The elections in Kanpur are scheduled for April 30.