The latter said that Modi accepted the request of the state BJP to visit Bihar again. Modi is also likely to address two rallies in West Bengal around that time.
Modi's visit to the state to address a mega rally on October 27 came to the headlines following a series of blasts in and around the rally venue that killed six persons and injured nearly 100 people. The JD(U) government in the state drew flak for not ensuring adequate safety for the rally which was scheduled months ahead.
Modi accepted the invitation sent by the Bihar BJP, said the state chief
Modi returned to the state on November 2 to meet the families of the victims of the blasts. He visited the residence of some of the victims and consoled their kin and also handed over cheques while spoke to the families of the others after his helicopter failed to reach them due to an inclement weather.
The JD(U) and Congress mocked Modi's visit while the BJP responded to their criticism.