Rajasthan Election 2023: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP's 'super' star campaigner is now all set for the Rajasthan Assembly elections 2023 as he is ready for a political tour in Rajasthan.
Till the noise of the election campaign subsides, the Prime Minister will try to create an atmosphere in favour of the BJP by holding public meetings in different divisions and appealing for votes in support of the party candidates.
At present, two programs have been announced for the Prime Minister's election tour in Rajasthan. The first visit of the Prime Minister will be to Baytu on 15th November. Baytu is a tehsil in the Balotra district of Rajasthan the second visit will be to Bharatpur just two days later on 18th November.
Prime Minister Modi's election tours are currently being conducted at the division level. As per the reports, BJP's agenda is about 33 seats in Jodhpur through the Baytu tour whereas the party will keep a close eye on about 19 seats through the Bharatpur tour.
As the election time is near, the BJP party is trying to organize as many meetings as possible with the Prime Minister. But since the Prime Minister can't campaign separately for each candidate, his division-wise visits are being decided.
During these election tours, the Prime Minister is appealing for joint votes for all the candidates from the surrounding areas.
After Barmer and Bharatpur, a roadshow is planned in Pali on 20th November, a road show in the Parkota area in Jaipur on 22nd November, and a roadshow in Jodhpur on 23rd November.
In his address during his last visit to Rajasthan, Prime Minister Modi had been fiercely attacking the Congress government and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot of the state.
Referring to the Tailor Kanhaiya murder case, he had even called the Congress government a government that sympathizes with terrorists.