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Narendra Modi to address 4 election rallies in Maharashtra and Haryana today

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing 4 rallies in Maharashtra and Haryana that are going to polls on Oct 15. Like his Lok Sabha campaign, his main agenda will be good governance and development. His rallies these poll bound states begin today and will continue till October 13.
Senior party leaders L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, Amit Shah and Union Ministers Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj and M Venkaiah Naidu will also campaign for the party candidates in both the states where the party is seeking to form government on its own. They will campaign for at least three to five days in the two states, where the focus would be on highlighting the ‘misrule’ of Congress and providing the people with good governance and development.
“Prime Minister Modi will launch the party’s poll campaign for Haryana and Maharashtra by addressing rallies from October 4 to 13. He will address a rally in Karnal in Haryana on the first day of his campaign and will also address three rallies in Kolhapur, Beed and Mumbai in Maharashtra,” BJP Vice President Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said.
The party has coined a slogan “chalo chalein Modi ke saath” (let’s move with Modi) to woo the electorate in the two states.
Congress has been in power in Haryana for the last 10 years and in Maharashtra for 15 years. It faces anti-incumbency, a fact acknowledged by the BJP and they intend to make complete use of this disadvantage of the ruling party of the states.
The two states are to witness assembly polls on October 15. The results will be declared on 19 the of the same month. By-elections will also be held in the two states.
According to opinion polls, the BJP may land a victory in Maharashtra but its position in Haryana yet looks dicey

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