Rajasthan: BJP expecting upswing in public support with PM Modi’s upcoming rallies in the state

Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh with 200 and 230 assembly seats respectively, will witness 10 rallies each by the PM.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is likely to address at least 10 rallies from November 25 to December 4 in poll-bound Rajasthan. These rallies are being seen as a big boost for the BJP and would be instrumental in setting the public mood in Rajasthan.

This is equal to the number of rallies scheduled for Madhya Pradesh where the PM is expected to address the people. On November 25, the PM will head to Rajasthan to address the first rally in the state in Alwar. He is scheduled to fly to Madhya Pradesh later to address the last two rallies of his schedule in Vidisha and Jabalpur.

On the next day, the PM is scheduled to hold rallies in Kota, Bhilwara and Baneswar Dham. On November 28, he is expected to address public gatherings in Bharatpur and Nagaur. On the same night, PM Modi is scheduled to leave for the G-20 summit in Argentina from Delhi. The PM will be away for the five-day summit returning only on December 2 night to the country.

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Once he comes back he will immediately hit the campaign trail again by returning to Jodhpur on December 3. The PM will finally wind up his campaign in Rajasthan on the next day on December 4, by doing three rallies in Sikar, Hanumangarh and the last rally of the campaign in the state capital of Jaipur.

“Almost all divisions of Rajasthan are being covered by the PM rallies. We expected a massive change in the mood once the PM is here,” a senior BJP functionary in the state told the Economic Times. The PM is an accomplished orator and his speeches see massive gatherings during poll campaigns.

Telangana will see at least number at four rallies by the Prime Minister, two on November 27 and two more on December 3, the same number of PM rallies as there were in Chhattisgarh.

Rajasthan and three other states, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, and Telangana go to polls in the upcoming weeks. The state of Chhattisgarh has just completed voting in the first of the two-phases earlier this week. Rajasthan will vote on 7th December. Election preparations in all the states are in full swing. Counting for all the five states will be held on December 11, 2018.

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