Modi to address 50 pre-poll rallies ahead of Lok Sabha elections.
New Delhi: Even as the opposition is breaking its head over the structure of the Mahagatbandhan, the BJP has its nose ahead in the 2019 poll race. The BJP is planning to let loose their mascot Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address a whopping 50 rallies that will be a build-up to the BJP’s 2019 campaign.
These rallies are not poll related, but just a warmup where the PM will showcase his government’s achievements, policies and programmes.
These rallies will be separate from the poll-related rallies to be addressed by Modi in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh later this year.
To begin with, Modi will be addressing rallies in Jungle Mahal in West Bengal, Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh, a few places in Odisha and Karnataka.
Each rally will try and cover 2-3 Lok Sabha constituencies. The aim is to cover 150 constituencies by February. Other senior leaders such as Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari and Amit Shah will also be addressing around 40-50 rallies with the aim that between all of them, all Lok Sabha constituencies would have been covered.
The rallies also aim at pepping up the morale of the cadre and spruce up organisational preparedness.
Modi remains the BJP’s most potent campaign weapon, and the party plans to deploy him to the maximum in minimum possible time.