Election 2018: PM Modi will Propagate BJP in Jhabua and Rewa

Election 2018

Madhya Pradesh:  After the assembly election 2018 in Chhattisgarh, now there is a voting time in Madhya Pradesh and Mizoram. For the voting purpose, many political parties including BJP and Congress have gathered in their campaign. Today, Prime Minister Modi is also going to promote BJP in Madhya Pradesh.

After the end of the election campaign in Chhattisgarh, all eyes are now on campaigning for the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections. On November 28, all the parties have put themselves in full force to vote in the state. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to hold election rallies in two districts of the state today.

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On Tuesday, PM Narendra Modi, BJP will contest election campaign in Jhabua and Rewa districts of Madhya Pradesh for campaigning of BJP. Prime Minister Modi will address the public at 12 noon in Jhabua. After this, he will go to Rewa, where the election rally will be started at 2 pm.

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In Madhya Pradesh, the same phase of election 2018 will be held on November 28. Counting of votes will take place on 11 December. There are 230 assembly seats in 53 districts of Madhya Pradesh.

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However, Congress President Rahul Gandhi and his counterpart Amit Shah will be staying in Mizoram instead of Madhya Pradesh. They both will address the election rally there. Prior to the 28 elections in the state, both the Congress and the BJP are busy wooing voters to vote in their favor.

As per the media reports, PM Modi will deliver their speeches in the districts of Vidisha and Jabalpur on 25th November. Let us tell you that assembly polls for 2018 have been scheduled for 28th November and its result will be disclosed on 11th December.

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