Pm Modi Bihar Rally Schedule: Pm Modi Will Hold 12

PM Modi Bihar Rally Schedule: PM Modi will hold 12 rallies in Bihar for four days, the first public meeting on the 26th, find out when and where the full schedule of rallies is


Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election rally has been announced for the Bihar Assembly elections.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election rally is about to begin in Bihar Assembly elections. Giving information on behalf of the BJP in Bihar, election organizer Devendra Fadnavis said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have 12 rallies in Bihar starting from October 23.

In just 4 days, 12 people will address the gathering

According to media reports, Prime Minister Modi’s first public meeting will be held on October 28. After that he will have three more rallies. There will be at least three rallies every day. According to which, only the Prime Minister in Bihar will take part in the 4-day election campaign and during this time he will address a rally of 12 people.

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Nitish Kumar will also be present with Prime Minister Modi

However, the Prime Minister will hold his first rally on October 28. The Prime Minister will address a gathering of three people in one day. Several leaders of the Bihar NDA, including JDU president and CM Nitish Kumar, will be present on the stage while addressing the first public meeting on October 26.


The first assembly

October 26 Shasharam, Gaya, Bhagalpur

The second public meeting

October 26 Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur and Patna

The third assembly

Chapra, Motihari, Samastipur 2 November

Fourth public meeting

3 November Saharsa, Araria and Bettiah

To bring Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally to a wider audience, the BJP is preparing smartphones with four lakh party workers and 10,000 social media commandos. One leader said that a huge rally could not be held because of being cowardly. Other ways are being worked out to get the PM’s message.

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