BJP general secretary Bhupendra Yadav said that the National Democratic Alliance's Sankalp rally will be the biggest so far. This is also the first time that the Bihar chief minister will share the stage with PM Modi.
Patna: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar and Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan, is all set to hold a massive rally in at the historical Gandhi Maidan in Patna on Sunday, ahead of the upcoming general election.
BJP general secretary Bhupendra Yadav said that the National Democratic Alliance's Sankalp rally will be the biggest so far.
- Yadav said that the Modi-led government is steadily moving ahead with its mantra of Sabka sath, sabka vikas and this rally is expected to be the platform for taking resolution by the BJP leaders to make a new and secure India.
- This is also the first time that the Bihar chief minister will share the stage with PM Modi.
- The general secretary also said that all the three NDA constituents --BJP, JD(U) and LJP are in this together.
- All the party members are trying their best to make the rally a success. As many as 30 trains and 6,000 buses have been booked to bring people to the event.
- Bihar has a total of 40 parliamentary seats. At today’s rally, it is expected that ruling parties will finalise the seats for the Lok Sabha elections.
- BJP Bihar president Nityanand Rai said the Prime Minister will present his government's five years report card today at the rally.
- Recently, PM Modi greeted Kumar on his birthday on Friday by referring him as "my friend".
- "Greetings to my friend and Bihar's hardworking Chief Minister @NitishKumar ji. Nitish ji's persistence ensured Bihar emerged out of the shadows of years of misrule. His pro-people governance has touched the lives of many. I pray for Nitish ji's long and healthy life," Modi tweeted.
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Last Updated 3, Mar 2019, 1:16 PM