Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted a vibrant four-kilometer roadshow through the historic Walled City of Jaipur, India. The event was awash in a sea of saffron, with women adorned in saffron sarees and men proudly displaying their BJP caps.
Strategically planned by the BJP to influence the upcoming elections in three critical constituencies, the roadshow drew a massive crowd of enthusiastic supporters from all walks of life. Women clad in vibrant saffron sarees and men proudly sporting BJP caps thronged the streets, creating a vibrant spectacle.
The air was filled with chants and cheers as attendees waved party flags and eagerly captured the moment on their phones. Modi’s motorcade slowly made its way through the bustling city, accompanied by a heavy police presence and thorough security measures. The roadshow served as a powerful display of Modi’s popularity and the BJP’s strong hold in the region.
The narrow market alleys of Jaipur’s historic Walled City echoed with the resounding chants of “Bharat mata ki jai” and “dekho dekho kaun aaya, Modi aaya, Modi aaya” as Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a four-kilometer roadshow on Tuesday evening. Groups of supporters lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the popular leader.
Under the watchful eyes of a heavily deployed security force, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s four-kilometer roadshow commenced at 6:25pm from the historic Sanganeri Gate and snaked its way through the labyrinthine streets of the Walled City. Police officers were stationed at every turn, keeping a vigilant watch from high-rise buildings lining the route.
Heavy police bandobast was deployed across the city ensuring strict crowd control. Large numbers of eager supporters thronged the jam-packed corridors, and several shops in Chaura Rasta, Badi Chaupar, Kishanpole, and Bapu Bazar remained closed, their shutters drawn in anticipation of the momentous event.