Modi Addresses Three More Rallies In Bihar: Ahead of Bihar assembly elections Pm Narendra Modi is likely to address three more rallies in Bihar next month.
Modi To Address Three More Rallies In Bihar Next Month :
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to address three more rallies in Bihar next month as part of his campaigning ahead of Bihar assembly poles. The three election rallies will be held in different areas of Bihar.
Earlier in the last week a massive rally has been addressed by PM Modi on 25th July at Muzaffarnagar of Bihar to kick off the BJP’s election campaign. The rallies are being held to give a boost to NDA’s call to displace JD(u) govt. which was led by Nitish Kumar.
According to the BJP sources rally will be held at Gaya at first on 9th August. Another rally will be held on August 19 with a gap of 10 days in Saharsa. Another is tentatively scheduled on August 30 at Bhagalpur.
BJP president Mangal Pandey said that he held a meeting with the BJP MPs, MLAs/MLCs and ex-legislators of Magadh and Shahabad region to prepare for the rally which, he claimed, would be the biggest so far held at the venue.
All the rallies will be likely attended by LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswan, RLSP head Upendra Kushwaha and ex-Bihar CM Jitan Ram Manjhi.
Sources said BJP has divided Bihar into four zones and the four rallies to be addressed by Modi will cover these regions. For each of these rallies, BJP leaders from ten districts of that zone will be asked to galvanise party supporters to attend the programme.
The party has a good political presence in Gaya and this is likely to be further bolstered with Mahadalit leader Jitan Ram Manjhi joining the NDA. BJP sources said Manjhi was keen to hold Modi rally in Gaya to send across a message to the electorate.