Party sources said 1,000 buses were booked while women from a minority community were asking television viewers to make it to the rally.
The BJP is expecting a massive turnout at Narendra Modi's Panaji rally
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, known to be close with Modi, recently walked on the streets of Ribandar, a Panaji suburb, inviting people at the rally. The venue is Merces, a village just outside Panaji's municipal areas. The BJP is also expecting people from the border areas of the neighbouring Maharashtra and Karnataka.
The party also arranged for tickets worth Rs 5 each for the event and a massive number of tickets have been sold out.
The Goa rally is one of the 100 rallies organisd by the BJP to canvas support for Modi ahead of the Lok Sabha polls due in some months.