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PM Narendra Modi to address rally in Purulia today, three rallies scheduled

Just a couple of weeks forward of the Assembly elections 2021, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to do marathon rallies in poll-bound states. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is about to do mega rallies in the poll-bound state of West Bengal on March 18, 20, and 21 in Purulia and Contai districts.

In the primary part, 9 meeting seats in Purulia and two seats in Contai will go to the polls on March 27. PM Modi is anticipated to address over 20 rallies in the state throughout the election marketing campaign.

Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned on Wednesday that there’s a want for a change in Bengal with the BJP’s agenda of fine governance hanging a chord among the many individuals.

“Glad to be getting the opportunity to be among my sisters and brothers of West Bengal tomorrow, 18th March. I would be addressing a rally in Purulia. Across West Bengal, there is a desire for change. BJP’s agenda of good governance is striking a chord among the people,” he tweeted.

BJP has raised the difficulty of the state reeling beneath huge debt, placing the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) authorities on the again foot.

On Monday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee addressed a rally in the Purulia district and promised free ration if voted again to energy. During her address, Mamata Banerjee got here down closely on the BJP and accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of operating the nation in an autocratic method.

Meanwhile, in one other tweet, Modi mentioned, “Will be in Assam tomorrow, 18th March. Looking forward to being among the people of this great state during the rally in Karimganj. Assam has witnessed positive changes across various sectors over the last 5 years. NDA seeks people’s blessings to continue the development agenda.”

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