Prime Minister Narendra Modi doing road show in Bikaner
Political activities have intensified regarding elections in Rajasthan. On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had reached Bikaner in Rajasthan. Where, he did a huge road show. During the road show, a large number of people were seen standing on the roadside. The Prime Minister was also seen greeting people riding in an open jeep.
During the road show, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was seen in complete Rajasthani colours. The PM was also wearing a Rajasthani turban on his head. This road show was about 4 kilometers long. The effect of this road show of PM Modi can be seen on both the assembly seats of Bikaner city, East and West. The road show started from the famous Junagadh Fort and ended at Gokul Circle.
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Talking about political equations, BJP has fielded former royal family member and current MLA Siddhi Kumari from Bikaner East. Whereas, ticket has been given to Jethanand Vyas from West. At present, Congress holds the western seat. The current MLA from here BD Kalla is the Education Minister. In such a situation, BJP is busy in solving political equations on West seat also through PM Modi’s road show.
There were strict security arrangements also
Strict security arrangements were also made in view of the Prime Minister’s road show. Today was the third consecutive day of PM Modi’s Rajasthan tour. Voting will be held in the state on November 25. Before the road show, PM Modi addressed an election rally in Pilibanga. Where, while referring to the red diary to corner the Gehlot government, he said that the diary is certainly red but the deeds are black.
‘Importance of both heritage and development’
The PM said that the BJP government gives importance to both heritage and development. When there was a war in Afghanistan, we brought back along with our citizens the images of the holy Guru Granth Sahib with full respect. Your servant also opened the Kartarpur corridor.
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