PM Modi is again going to visit Bihar on Wednesday to campaign for their respective alliances in the high-voltage state assembly polls, which will be the second electoral visit to Bihar. Modi earlier plunged into campaigning for three-phased state assembly elections and conducted a series of rallies. He tweeted, tomorrow will be once again among Biharis. There will be an opportunity to communicate directly with them at rallies in Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur and the capital Patna and requested everyone to join all these rallies.
Modi will address three public meetings at Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur and Patna to support the NDA candidates standing in the constituency who will be standing in the elections in the second phase on November 3. Modi had earlier faced off with Rahul Gandhi in the campaign in battleground Bihar on Friday last week. Both the leaders had criticized each other over the Chinese intrusion in Ladakh and abrogation of Article 370, farm sector reform laws, “jungle raj” during the 15 years of RJD dispensation, the migrant crisis and joblessness too figured prominently in the bitter electoral discourse.
The senior officials of the Special Protection Group (SPG) of Darbhanga, will be providing security to the PM to ensure COVID guidelines are followed at the rally venue. CM Nitish Kumar and BJP general secretary Bhupendra Yadav will be present on the occasion.