Prime Minister Narendra Modi is Putting up the best possible efforts so that Bhartiya Janta Party will come in power in Rajasthan with a good number of votes. Regarding this, PM Modi has planned almost a dozen election meetings for the upcoming Assembly elections in the state on December 7, where the party is seeking a second consecutive term.
As per the reports from the officials of the Bhartiya Janta Party, PM Modi will initiate the campaign process starting from November 25. The first round of campaigning for the upcoming polls in the state will take place in Alwar district which has 11 Assembly constituencies. The BJP has axed seven out of the nine sitting MLAs including minister Hem Singh Bhadana in the district, added party officials.
Though the party faced a bad fate previous year in by-poll in Mundawar and the by-poll to the Ajmer Lok Sabha constituency as it lost one of the nine seats, PM Modi putting up full efforts will definitely give a big boost to the party’s prospects in the region. PM Modi decision of initiating the election campaign from Alwar will change the whole game for sure.
Our news sources have reported that PM Modi will address three election rallies in Bhilwara, Banswara, and Kota on November 26. And two days after the rallies in the above regions, he will then address election rallies in Nagaur and Bharatpur.
On December 3, PM Modi will conduct the next rally in the state in Jodhpur, where Former Congress Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has filed his nomination for the Sardarpura Assembly constituency in the district. A day after the rally in Jodhpur, PM Modi will address rallies in Hanumangarh, Sikar, and Jaipur on December 4.
Sources have even revealed that apart from all this, PM Modi may also address a few more meetings in the state where the party is said to be facing a strong anti-incumbency mood.
It is not that only PM Modi is making all the efforts in the state, even BJP Chief Amit Shah and Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje have traveled across the state extensively.
Assembly elections for the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly will take place on December 7 while the results for the same will be declared on December 11.