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PM Modi’s High-Octane Campaign Trail: Multiple Rallies in Bihar

PM Modi is scheduled to file his nomination papers in Varanasi on Tuesday, marking his bid for a third consecutive term from this significant constituency.

By: Team Pardaphash  Pardaphash Group
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PM Modi’s High-Octane Campaign Trail: Multiple Rallies in Bihar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is poised for an action-packed day today, with a rigorous schedule planned for his campaign trail. His itinerary includes addressing multiple election rallies in Bihar and culminates with a grand roadshow in his parliamentary constituency, Varanasi, ahead of filing his nomination papers on Tuesday.

Today’s Agenda: From Bihar Heartland to Varanasi Stronghold

The day kicks off with a visit to Takht Harmandir Patna Sahib in Patna at 8:45 am, setting a spiritual tone for the day’s engagements. Subsequently, at 10:30 am, he is slated to address his first rally in Hajipur, extending his support to the LJP (Ram Vilas) chief, Chirag Paswan. This will be followed by rallies in Muzaffarpur at noon and Saran at 1:30 pm, underscoring the breadth of his outreach across Bihar.

Transitioning to Varanasi, the Prime Minister will engage in a vibrant roadshow at 5 pm, resonating with the fervor of his supporters in his electoral bastion. His visit will also include a moment of spiritual reverence as he offers prayers at the revered Kashi Vishwanath Temple, underscoring the cultural and religious significance of Varanasi.

With his nomination filing scheduled for Tuesday, PM Modi reaffirms his commitment to serving the people of Varanasi, seeking their trust for the third consecutive term. As the electoral process unfolds, all eyes remain on Varanasi, set to cast its votes in the final phase on June 1, with the anticipation of results on June 4.

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