Patna. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold 12 rallies in the state in the Bihar assembly elections. These rallies will be virtual, not virtual. The beginning will be from Sasaram on 23 October. Later that day, Gaya will also meet in Bhagalpur. For the first phase elections, PM will campaign in favor of National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidates in 71 seats through three rallies. His other nine rallies will be for the second and third phase voting. Leaders of allied parties including JDU President and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will be present in all rallies.
Bihar BJP election in-charge and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said on Friday that PM Modi will hold three rallies on October 23. The first rally was held at Rohtas district headquarters Sasaram, on the same day, two more rallies of the Prime Minister went and will also be held in Bhagalpur. On October 28, three rallies will be held in Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur and Patna. On the same day, voting for 71 seats is also held for the first phase. After this, elections will be held in Chhapra, East Champaran and Samastipur on November 1 and the last rally is on November 3. On that day PM Modi will address people in West Champaran, Saharsa and Farbisganj. Polling is also held on 94 assembly seats of the phase on the same day.
Fadnavis said that in the district where the rally will be held, in every assembly constituency, at the five places, Modi’s speech will be heard by maximum number of people by installing LED screens.
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