And now its show time! Yes, the stage is set and star campaigners of all the political parties will start their journeys to various nooks and corners of the country campaigning for their candidates in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
Pioneer of Modi wave, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself, is all geared up to start BJP’s election campaign. Modi along with party president Amit Shah, another star campaigner, will address around 125 and 150 rallies between the time frame of March-end to mid-May.
According to reports, the PM is scheduled to launch his campaign with a rally in Meerut on March 28 and addressing another rally in Jammu the same day. On March 29 and April 01 he is slated to be in Odisha.
Modi has a public meeting at Itanagar on March 31, and is also slated to hold a video interaction on the same day with the supporters of his ‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’ campaign.
Next, he is set to hold two rallies each in Assam and West Bengal on March 30 and April 3.
Reportedly, the star campaigner is likely to address an election rally at KBI ground in Udaipur subdivision on April 06.
BJP’s prime focus is on Uttar Pradesh, as it sends the most representatives to Parliament (80), and West Bengal, the third most (42), said party sources adding that Modi will address at least 10 rallies during the Bihar and West Bengal campaigns.