Kanpur Rally: How BJP keeps evil spirits away from Narendra Modi in UP

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Kanpur, Oct 19: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) did not leave any stone unturned before its mega rally in Kanpur where its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi who will deliver his first speech after his elevation in the party. BJP seems to have gone all out to keep evil spirits away from its star campaigner.

According to media reports, a pair of snakes made of silver has been buried in the rally ground in the posh Indira Nagar area of Kanpur from where Modi will begin his campaigns in Uttar Pradesh for Lok Sabha elections. It has been reported that BJP tried to "keep away evil forces" after burying those snakes.

Massive arrangements have been made for the rally in Kanpur. The party workers and leaders in the state consulted well-known astrologers and also took care of Vastu. Recognised Vaastu experts have been consulted for finalizing the design of the stage's that's 100 feet long and 30 feet wide, added media reports.

a pair of snakes made of silver has been buried in the rally ground in Kanpur

It also has been reported that astrologers instructed BJP leaders in UP to decide timing of Modi's arrival and departure at the venue. The Gujarat CM is expected to reach the venue by 1:00 pm on Saturday.

Modi is scheduled to address his followers at Lucknow's Amausi airport before he heads for Kanpur. His close aide Amit Shah supervised all preparations of the venue. Shah was at the rally grounds till late on Friday night.

Meanwhile, it also has been reported that former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Kalyan Singh, who parted ways with the BJP twice in the past, is all set to share the dais with Modi.

81-year-old Kalyan Singh's "pro-hindutva image" and OBC background may help BJP in cashing on LS polls next year. Kalyan Singh has been invited at the first much-awaited Modi's rally as the chief guest and he is likely to play a major role in Saturday's rally.

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