Security has been beefed up for the rally which is expected to see a massive turnout, as has been the case at other venues of Modi's rallies across the country.
The rally in Odisha will be the latest in the leader's campaign in the eastern part of India. On Saturday, he addressed two rallies in the northeast while on February 5, he attended a rally in Kolkata in West Bengal.
Rahul Gandhi attacked the BJD govt in Odisha a few days ago, what will Modi do?
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi was on a two-day visit to the coastal state starting Sunday. He also addressed a rally in Bhubaneswar where he launched a scathing attack on the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD), accusing it of siphoning off central funds meant for the development of the people.
The BJD was an ally of the BJP till 2009 when it dumped the latter following communal riots in the state and ever since, it has continued as an aspirant of a Third Front force, alternative to the Congress's UPA and the BJP's NDA.
Will Modi also attack the Naveen Patnaik government, or will he woo him?