Bhartiya Janta Party in Bihar along with its allies Janta Dal (United) and Lok Jan Shakti Party (LJP) is leaving no stone unturned to make NDA rally on March 3 a huge event. In a bid to galvanize support from every part of Bihar and mobile voters, NDA Leaders on Friday flagged off a ‘Rath Yatra’.
NDA’s Rally which is slated for March 3, as called by the party a ‘Sankalp Rally’ will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and LJP National Chief Ram Vilas Paswan. NDA’s aim is to counter the ‘Jan Aakansha Rally’ called by Congress President Rahul Gandhi earlier this month on February 3. Rahul’s rally was also attended by RJD Leader Tejashwi Yadav.
The Rath Yatra was flagged off from the state headquarters of the JD(U) in presence of senior party leaders besides Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi, who is from the BJP and minister Pashupati Kumar Paras, who is the state president of Paswan led Lok Janshakti Party.
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Talking to Media on the Occasion, Deputy Chief Minister and BJP Leader Sushil Kumar Modi said that the scheduled rally for March 3 will break all records. Sushil Modi said, ‘The rally will be historic and break all previous records of turnout at the historic Gandhi Maidan, Patna’.
While Janta Dal (United) General Secretary said, ‘The ‘Sankalp Rally‘ would serve as a befitting reply to the opposition which has been involved in a smear campaign against the NDA, both at the Centre and in State.
It will be the PM’s second visit to the state in a fortnight, as he has already addressed one at Barauni (Begusarai district) on February 17, where he laid the foundation stones for projects worth Rs 33,000 crore, including a metro rail project for Patna that would entail an expenditure of Rs 13,000 crore in the first phase.
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Bhartiya Janta Party State President Nityanand Rai earlier on Thursday said ‘PM Narendra Modi may interact with any of the booth-level state BJP workers in Bihar on his NaMo app on February 28, as part of the state unit’s drive to make the NDA’s proposed ‘Sankalp Rally’ here at Gandhi Maidan on March 3 a huge success’.
As claimed by the Party PM Modi on February 26 will connect with one crore party workers of about 10 lakh polling booths through video conferencing on PM’s Namo app.
Apart from this party is also planning to organize bike rallies across the country on March 2.
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