Ahead of the assembly elections, PM Narendra Modi will hold a road show in the capital Jaipur on 21st November. Before this, the Prime Minister will visit Moti Dungri Ganesh ji and Govind Devji temple. This road show of PM Modi will be about five kilometers long.
PM Narendra Modi, engaged in a spirited campaign for the Rajasthan Assembly elections, will hold a road show in the capital Jaipur on 21st November. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a road show of about five kilometers in the walled city area of Pink City. Before this, PM Modi will visit the famous Moti Dungri Ganesh temple. Then everyone will go to Jaipur’s beloved Govind Dev Ji temple and have darshan there. After this, they will leave for the road show.
PM Modi will do this road show in the walled city of jaipur
According to the information, PM Modi’s road show will start from Jaleb Chowk. This roadshow will pass through different routes in the inner areas of Pink City. After that it will conclude at Chandpole temple.
BJP has started preparations in full swing for the road show. During the roadshow, PM Modi will be welcomed in traditional style at various places in the city. During this period, there will be auspicious prayers in the temples.
PM addressed two meetings in Rajasthan today
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is still in Rajasthan. Today PM Modi addressed two meetings in Rajasthan. He first reached Bharatpur and then addressed the public meeting in Nagaur. During this, PM Modi visited Veer Tejaji Maharaj in Kharnal, Nagaur. PM Modi fiercely attacked Congress and the Gehlot government in these meetings. Till the elections, many public meetings are proposed by PM Modi in Rajasthan.
Taunt on Gehlot and Pilot
In Nagaur, PM Modi said that the decision of Nagaur and Marwar is clear. Congress has to be removed and BJP has to be brought in. Cleaning has to be done in Rajasthan like the cleaning of Diwali. Congress should not be left in any corner.
PM Modi also took a strong dig at the tussle between Pilot and Gehlot. He said that both of them kept fighting for the CM’s chair and left the people of Rajasthan to fend for themselves. He taunted that now when the election time has come, both of them are reluctantly taking photographs together.