Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019: PM Modi to address nine rallies across the state

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address two public rallies which are scheduled to held in Pune and Satara on October 17


Ahead of 2019 Maharashtra assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address nine public rallies in the state. Along with this, BJP President and Union Home Minister, Amit Shah is also set to address 18 public meetings in the coming days. 

Maharashtra BJP President Chandrakant Patil on Sunday informed that PM Narendra Modi will address nine election rallies in the state for the assembly elections which are scheduled on October 21. 

Of them, two public rallies of PM Modi are scheduled to held in Pune and Satara on October 17. We have asked the alliance candidates and party workers from 11 constituencies in Pune district to attend the public meetings," said Patil.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is contesting the assembly elections in alliance with Shiv Sena and smaller parties including Republican Party of India (A), Shiv Sangram Party (SSP) and Rashtriya Samaj Paksha (RSP). 

Last month, PM Modi addressed a rally in Nashik highlighted the removal of Article 370 while blaming Congress for the poor plight of Kashmiris for decades. Modi called for efforts to create a "new paradise" in the Kashmir valley. 

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Earlier in 2014 assembly elections, BJP and Shiv Sena contested separately while winning on 122 and 63 seats, respectively.

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