Poll Temperature has shot up in Rajasthan as leaders from political parties taking no chances to attract voters by plotting big faces from their camps in a bid to outdo each other in upcoming Rajasthan Assembly Elections. In a row, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address an election rally in Jaipur on Tuesday covering 13 assembly seats on the Jaipur District. The Prime Minister’s rally is supposed to be held at the Vidhyadhar Nagar Stadium.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to arrive at the airport in the evening and will reach the stadium by road this time. During his road show in Jaipur, BJP candidates of all 13 assembly constituencies and senior party leaders will be present. BJP State Unit has set the target to mobilize crowds of about three lakh to make this election campaign a historic rally. The BJP unit of each assembly constituency has targeted to bring in 30 thousand people from the particular constituency.
This will be the second visit of PM Modi to Jaipur within five months. The Prime Minister had addressed the beneficiaries of government schemes at the Centre and in state in Jaipur in July this year. After the announcement of assembly elections, Modi will hold the first election rally in Jaipur on Tuesday.
“Recently, the High Court had banned public meetings at the Amrudon Ka Bagh. Hence, the election rally of PM will be held at the Vidhyadhar Nagar Stadium,” a party official said By bringing in Modi, the BJP is trying to give a boost to the electoral campaign and wants to improve the chances of its sitting MLAs in Jaipur.
Modi’s rally is expected to have an impact on 19 Assembly constituencies of Jaipur district. Prime Minister will address eight assembly constituencies of Jaipur city, Adarsh Nagar, Malviya Nagar, Hawa Mahal, Kishanpole, Sanganer, Bagru, Civil Lines and Vidyadhar Nagar and five assembly constituencies of Jaipur rural Dudu, Amer, Jhotwara, Chomu and Jamwaramgarh.
It is expected that Narendra Modi will launch an attack on Congress as the Senior Leaders from INC is attacking the Vasundhara Raje government on left, right and center. Former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also racked up Vasundhara Raje government for its failure in the state.
BJP’s state election in-charge and union minister Prakash Javadekar and Jaipur Rural MP and Union Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore are looking closely for the preparations of Modi’s rally. “We have decided to bring in 25 to 30 thousand people from each assembly constituency,” said Sanjay Jain, president of BJP’s Jaipur city unit.