After the alliance between Shiv Sena and BJP became estranged, BJP has been encountering multi-cornered contest for most seats. BJP in Maharashtra is looking at Prime Minister Narendra Modi to woo voters before the October 15 election. The party, which has not promoted any specific leader forthe Post of chief minister, plans to organize 2 dozen rallies by Modi at carefully chosen locations across the state, beginning Saturday. Before the “Sinh Garjana “ at Mumbai’s Mahalaxmi Race Course last evening, the PM will addressed two rallies in central Maharashtra, at Beed and Aurangabad. On Sunday, he will visit Kolhapur in western Maharashtra, Gondia in eastern Vidarbha, and Nashik in north Maharashtra. Modi is expected to address at least 18 more rallies. As a Part of his rally PM Narendra Modi in Nashik Tomorrow(5th October)!
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to address an election meeting in Nashik’s Panchavati locality at Tapovan on Sunday at 8.30 pm. Modi would campaign for BJP candidates from 3 assembly constituencies and 12 assembly constituencies of the district. Local BJP leaders are busy making arrangements for Modi’s address.
The party’s headquarters is flooded with requests for Modi rallies. To begin with, the PM will visit central Maharashtra, also known as Marathwada, where the BJP won only two seats in the 2009 assembly polls. Winning more in this region is crucial for the BJP’s hopes for power. Modi will also travel to Kolhapur, in the state’s sugar belt, to target the NCP, which holds sway there, but faces a threat from the BJP’s ally, the Raju Shetti-led Swambhimani Shetkari Paksha. This will also help the BJP in neighbouring Sangli where it has three MLAs and a Lok Sabha member who ended the Congress’ undefeated run in May this year.