Today for their respective connection, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will address public rallies in Bihar, With Bihar’s election campaign in the final week. Due to overgrown coronavirus infections, Organizers on both sides assured that appropriate safety measures were being taken for the events amid concerns.
Led by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in the state, PM Modi will address three rallies to seek votes for the National Democratic connection at Gaya, Dehri-on Sone, and Bhagalpur. as news agency PTI reported at the rallies in Dehri and Bhagalpur Mr. Kumar is expected to join PM Modi.
PM Modi tweeted Thursday: “Tomorrow I will get an opportunity to be with my brothers and sisters from Bihar. I will address rallies in Sasaram, Gaya, and Bhagalpur. During this time, I will put the development agenda of the NDA in front of the people and ask for blessings for their alliance,”.
Congress parliamentarian Rahul Gandhi will also contest the three-phase elections starting next Wednesday. Rahul Gandhi will address two rallies at Hisua and Kahalgaon.
Addressing a number of public rallies, Union Minister Rajnath Singh, BJP president JP Nadda and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the BJP has already set its star line for the Bihar elections.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaram on Thursday included a promise to provide free vaccine to residents of the state in the party’s manifesto.
In the absence of his father Lalu Yadav, who is in jail, RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav organizes eight to nine events, while his rival Nitish Kumar himself is addressing virtual rallies and also addressing four to five public meetings every day.
The chaos done by PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi is likely to increase the voltage in the elections between the COVID-19 crisis, which requires comprehensive security measures. However, scenes at political rallies have also raised concerns about widespread violations of the rules.
According to a report, a special defense group protecting Prime Minister Modi has taken charge of the venues of the Prime Minister’s event. Chairs have been arranged with the right social distance at the Gandhi Maidan in Guyana for about 15,000 people. without a face mask no one will be allowed inside the rally ground, they said.
Attendees at Rahul Gandhi’s rally in Kahalgaon will be given face masks and sanitizers, organizers said.