Sources in the BJP said the funds raised from the rally will be used in the upcoming election in the state. State BJP president Narendra Singh Tomar went to Chhatarpur and Tikamgarh on Tuesday to appeal to the people to participate in the rally. The party is expecting around five lakh people in the rally. Veteran party leader LK Advani will also be present at the meeting.
This will be Modi's second rally after his anointment as the BJP's prime ministerial candidate. Last Sunday, he addressed a huge ex-servicemen's rally at Rewari in Haryana.
The Tamil Nadu BJP has launched a website dedicated to Modi's Sept 26 rally
State party chief Pon Radhakrishnan launched the website on September 2 and it projects Modi as the youth icon and welcomes youngsters to attend the youth rally, Elanthamarai. Twenty thousands members have enrolled for the rally through the website so far.
The BJP's youth wing is expecting a massive turnout at Golden Rock railway grounds, the venue for the rally.