Narender Modi Makes 4 Rallies Now For Elections

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As, day by day elections are coming and the environment is becoming hot. The two opposite parties are leading with the whole priority. The two leaders are Rahul Gandhi (Head of campaign, no PM candidate announced, INC) and Narender Modi (PM candidate, BJP).

As we all know that the election will be going too held from 7th April to 12th May 2014 to constitute the 16th lok Sabha in India.

On 6th march the Lok Sabha election schedule announce, that BJP party become into a top gear mode. We all know that Modi has a backing of big business which wants him to replicate his model of Gujarat in a perfect shape an making the good roads, uninterrupted electricity. Last week he promised that if he elected he will make simple laws and trade-centered policy.

Narender Modi will have to address at least four rallies in a day in the second phase of campaigning, a party source in Delhi. AS, one rally which was going to held in Gaya has been cancelled during his busyness in finalizing the list of candidates for the parliamentary seats in Bihar for the first phase of general elections on April 10th. They will bank on the traditional methods for campaigning. The parties have to hold about 10 workers in each of the 8 lakh booths across the country. And Bjp’s workers will be given the different tasks to approach the every family in the country.

They generate the slogans like “Har Har Modi Ghar Ghar Modi” so that these trucks will visit different constituencies and other 70 teams will play the “nukad natak” in the country.

As, AAP party also said in Lok Sabha Election schedule that BJP intimidate on them. On the other hand BJP leader Nalin Kohli said,” they were throwing the stones on us. He led the counter attack.


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