Narendra Modi to perk up BJP's campaign ahead of MP polls

Bhopal, Nov 8: Ahead of the Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is expected to address ten poll meetings to liven up the state poll campaign.

"We have planned ten public meetings of Modi in major towns of the state before the November 25 Assembly polls," BJP state unit poll campaign committee chairman and MP, Anil Dave said.

The meetings are likely to be held between November 18 and 23.

"The places where these meetings would take place will be known shortly after security clearance," Dave said.

"In all probability that the meetings would be organised at divisional headquarters level so that it will have an impact on wider areas of the region before polls," he said.

"The meetings are likely to be held between November 18 and 23," Dave said. Modi had addressed a 'Karyakarta Mahakumbh' (meeting of booth-level workers) on September 25 in Bhopal, which was the last major show of the ruling BJP in the state before the enforcement of the model code of conduct.

Besides Modi, the party has also decided to field former Chief Minister Uma Bharti for campaigning extensively in the state ahead of polls. The campaign schedule of Bharti, who according to Dave is a "deadly combination of saffron, OBC, woman and a powerful orator," would help BJP in convincing voters to exercise their franchise for the party in a major way.

State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has covered almost all the 230 seats in the state by taking out his 'Janashirwad Yatra', highlighting his government's achievements in the last 10 years.


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