Narendra Modi's posters removed in Patna ahead of Hunkar Rally

Narendra Modi
Patna, Oct 26: Tension gripped Patna ahead of Narendra Modi's Hunkar rally which will be held in the city on Sunday, Oct 27. Posters of BJP PM candidate has been removed from several places.

While district administration claimed that those hoardings and posters were creating problems for traffic in the city, BJP leaders asserted that posters were removed at the behest of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. The JD(U) leaders is known as an ardent critic of his counterpart in Gujarat.

Hoardings and posters were creating problems for traffic in the city

According to media sources, Bihar state administration has also rejected BJP's proposal of two bullet proof SUVs for Modi's cavalcade. The Bihar government has only two such vehicles and those are to be used by Nitish Kumar on Sunday. Thus, citing this reason, the administration has offered bullet proof ambassador car, which was rejected by the former ally of the Janata Dal (United).

This will be Modi's first rally in Bihar after he was declared PM nominee of the BJP. Earlier the Gujarat CM was banned from attending any campaign in the state. However, the Bihar BJP has left no stone unturned to ensure that Hunkar rally - the first big party event after the 17-year-old alliance with JD(U) ended on June 16 - makes an impact on the voters of the electorally crucial state.

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