Modi and Shah will spice up the campaign by speaking at six Haryana rallies

To support BJP candidates, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak at three rallies in the parliamentary seats of Ambala, Sonepat, and Bhiwani-Mahendragarh.

The party’s state election management committee chairperson, Rajya Sabha MP Subhash Barala, said that the PM will speak at two rallies in Ambala and Gohana (Sonepat) on May 18 and one in Mahendragarh on May 23.

Similarly, on May 16 in Gurugram and May 17 in Rohtak and Karnal, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will address the people. The party’s campaign in the state would also include the chief ministers of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttarakhand, and Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s agenda will be finalized in a day or two, he said.

According to Barala, the party’s top officials are in charge of overseeing the PM’s rallies. The PM’s Gohana rally will be managed by Jind MLA Dr. Krishna Midha, while the Ambala and Mahendragarh rallies would be overseen by Haryana minister Kanwar Pal Gujjar and party spokesperson Jawahar Yadav, respectively.

The party staff is very excited about these rallies, and they have already begun making plans for them. Since he has been the party leader in this state for a long time, PM Modi has a strong bond with it. He addressed an ex-servicemen’s gathering in Rewari, where he launched his national campaign in 2014. This time, the PM visited Haryana twice before the election campaign began, he said.

The PM’s rallies, according to BJP co-incharge of state media Shamsher Kharak, will both strengthen the party’s election campaign and help the BJP candidates’ margin of victory. Kharak said, “The BJP will keep all 10 of the state’s Lok Sabha seats.”C

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