India is all set for Lok Sabha elections, with political parties already fielding their best candidates for the polls, they even have slotted days where their star campaigners will hold elections campaign rallies. Currently, eyes are all set on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah. A report suggests that Narendra Modi and Amit Shah will address around 125 and 150 rallies between the last week of March and mid-May before the campaigning for polls get over.
According to the Hindustan Times, the campaign schedules of the two leaders are being finalised. The BJP on Sunday had launched its campaign for the Lok Sabha elections with the Vijay Sankalp Sabha at around 200 locations. Narendra Modi will launch his polling campaign with a rally in Meerut on March 28 and on the same day, he will address a rally in Jammu. On March 29 and April 1, Modi will be in Odisha. He will also hold two rallies each in Assam and West Bengal on March 30 and April 3.
BJP’s most popular campaigner, Modi, will address a public meeting at Itanagar on March 31 and on the same day, he will hold video interaction with those to supported his “Main Bhi Chowkidar” campaign. Two BJP leaders told the leading daily that the party has divided the entire country into different clusters, with each of them comprising three-four parliamentary seats and PM Narendra Modi will address a rally in each of these clusters.