Narendra Modi to address three public rallies in Delhi

New Delhi: Intensifying its poll campaign, Delhi BJP on Wednesday announced that the party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will address three public rallies in the next 10 days.

The rallies will be held on November 23, November 30 and December 1. The focus will be on highlighting BJP's positive agenda for the city, said Delhi BJP president Vijay Goel.

"The first rally will be held on November 23 at Dwarka, Sector-14, DDA Park at 5 pm. It will cover all the 10 Assembly constituencies of West Delhi as well as the constituencies of Palam and Bijwasan."

"The BJP candidates from the 12 constituencies will attend this rally," Goel said.

The November 30 rally will be held in East Delhi, New Delhi and Chandni Chowk while December 1 rally will be held in Ambedkar Nagar in South Delhi.

"It was decided in today's meeting that the BJP will hold these rallies with simplicity incurring minimum of expenses. The issues of price rise, power, water, corruption and safety of women will be main issues, which will be highlighted in the themes and stage backdrops of these rallies," he said.

During the high-level meeting of Delhi BJP, party leaders also decided to set in motion a plan for extensive use of social media to mobilise support for these rallies.

The meeting was attended by senior leaders, including BJP National General Secretary (Organisation) Ram Lal and BJP councillors in Delhi.

"There is a massive support for the BJP and Narendra Modi in Delhi and the BJP cadres are in upbeat mood. We will surely register a resounding victory in the Assembly polls. BJP's message is straight and simple - Badlenge Dilli, Badlenge Bharat," Goel said.

Anil Jain and Mahendra Pandey have been appointed as the conveners for the rallies.

First Published: Wednesday, November 20, 2013, 22:00

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