Narendra Modi to hold three rallies in Bengal ahead Lok Sabha elections 2019

By  Tanisha Tiwari | Updated:  Jan 22, 2019, 10:06 AM

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that he will be holding three rallies in Bengal ahead Lok Sabha elections 2019. Modi on Tuesday said that the rallies will be a part in Siliguri, Asansol and Thakurnagar.

Reports say that these three rallies are a part of Narendra Modi's 100 rally programme across the country. Modi said that his party will win 22 out of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in Bengal and will hold a total of 35 rallies in the state to ensure his win in the Bengal state.

Modi further said that his rally in West Bengal's Grand Parade ground was cancelled in the name of renovation but it was not fair and TMC misused the power .

According to reports the rallies are scheduled to be on different days, thefirst rally will be on January 28 in Thakurnagar, second rally is scheduled to be on February 2 in Siliguri in North Bengal and the third rally was scheduled on February 8 but was cancelled.

The third rally will be held in Asansol, reports say.

However the Modi government is likely to hold 35 rallies across the state and aims to remove Mamata Banerjee's TMC. BJP is continuously facing difficulties in the rallies and processes but looks focused.

 



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