India Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address in four rallies in Delhi, ahead of the 70-seat Assembly elections next month says Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay. Modi is going to begin first rally on Saturday morning January 31 at the CBD Ground in east Delhi's Shahdara area, while he will address in the second rally on Monday February 1 in Dwarka.
BJP leader in-charge of rallies and campaign, Anil Jain has released a statement that Bharatiya Janata Party will continue 'Modi Wave' in forthcoming Delhi Assembly Elections, while Modi's last two rallies will take place on February 3 at Rohini's Japanese Park and February 4 in Ambedkar Nagar's Virat Cinema ground. Meanwhile, BJP has asked its all seven party MPs in Delhi to ensure huge gatherings at each rally of Modi, to make them a big success.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah also indicated all the local units to target on booth-level preparations to ensure that party can grab full majority in the Delhi Assembly polls to the 70-member House.
- Simha Raju