PM Modi’s popularity In Rajasthan : To Launch BJP’s Campaign In Ajmer
Betting on Modi’s popularity in Rajasthan. The BJP plans to hold a series of public meetings across the state, targeting areas where the BJP is perceived to be weak. The election management committee has proposed a schedule for the PM’s public meetings in the state. Which is awaiting the PMO’s nod. To build a favourable mood among the electorate. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to launch the BJP’s election campaign from Ajmer on Saturday. And hold rallies in all seven districts in poll-bound Rajasthan.
The series of rallies will be kick-started in Ajmer. Where PM Modi will hold a public meeting on Oct 6 on the completion of chief minister Vasundhara Raje’s statewide whirl ‘Rajashan Gaurav Yatra’. According to State BJP president Madan Lal Saini, it will be a historic public meeting where nearly three lakh people are expected to turn up. The prime minister will offer prayers at the Brahma temple in Pushkar before addressing the rally.
A party leader said BJP president Amit Shah has been collecting feedback about the party’s situation in the state. And, assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the party. The PM is expected to hold rallies in Banswara, Jodhpur, Kota, Bikaner, Karauli and at Alwar or Sikar. According to BJP spokesperson Mukesh Pareek, during the Ajmer rally, the prime minister will sound the poll bugle in Rajasthan. Modi’s rallies will fill the workers with zeal. Also, his popularity among the public will help create a mood in our favour.
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