PM Modi’s Election Rally today in Mizoram-Madhya Pradesh

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Although the BJP-ruled state of Mizoram does not have a single seat of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Still, Prime Minister Modi will campaign in Madhya Pradesh after addressing an election rally here on Friday.

PM Narendra Modi will address the election rally in Mizoram and Madhya Pradesh on Friday, 23 November. The Mizoram, which has a population of just 10 Lakh, does not have a single seat in the Bharatiya Janata Party. Despite this, the Prime Minister is coming here to start BJP rally. Apart from Mizoram, the Prime Minister will also address the rally in Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh today.

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Mizoram’s 40 assembly seats will be cast in the same phase on 28 November. The Bharatiya Janata Party is fighting the elections alone here. Congress President Rahul Gandhi and BJP President Amit Shah had earlier addressed election rallies in the state.

PM Modi addresses an Election Rally in Mizoram

Let us tell you that at the moment there is a Congress government led by Lalthanhawla in the state. Congress has power over here since 2008. Congress is keeping an eye on the third victory. There are 34 MLAs in the presence of the Legislative Assembly. On the other hand, five MLAs of MNF and Mizoram are a legislator of the People’s Conference.

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This time, BJP is busy with full enthusiasm in the state. Apart from Modi-Shah, many Union ministers like Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari, Kiran Rijiju have also campaigned here.

Significantly, also in Madhya Pradesh, all the 230 seats will be cast only on 28 November. The state has been the government of the Bharatiya Janata Party from the last three times.

Let me tell you that Mandsaur has been at the center of politics for some time. This happened because of the Kisan movement. In this case, what will be the message given by the Prime Minister will determine here on the rally.

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