MP Election 2023; PM Modi’s election trumpet, will hold public meetings in Khandwa and Seoni tomorrow, will appeal to vote in the interest of the party

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MP Election 2023;  PM Modi’s election trumpet, will hold public meetings in Khandwa and Seoni tomorrow, will appeal to vote in the interest of the party

Bhopal ; Where preparations for the elections are going on in full swing in Madhya Pradesh. So, in view of the paucity of time, the star campaigners of BJP and Congress have tried their best to woo the public. In this series, now PM Modi has also entered the election field to campaign in the interest of the party. In this connection, tomorrow PM Modi will hold public meetings in Seoni and Khandwa and appeal to vote in favor of BJP candidates. Preparations for which have been completed.

Election general meeting organized at the stadium ground

Let us tell you that only 12 days are left for the elections. In such a situation, political parties have only a few days left for publicity. In view of this, tomorrow on Sunday i.e. on 5th November, PM Modi will be among the public through an election rally in Nimar. Will address the election general meeting at the stadium ground of Chaigaon Makhan located in Khandwa. PM’s meeting in Khandwa will focus on the entire parliamentary constituency. Candidates from 8 assembly constituencies will be present on the stage.

See PM Modi’s schedule here

Let us tell you that PM Modi held a public meeting in Ratlam today i.e. on 4th November. So tomorrow he will hold public meetings in Khandwa and Seoni. Along with this, PM Modi’s rally is proposed in Satna and Sidhi on 7th November. PM Modi’s proposed rally on November 8 in Guna, Morena and Patharia. So, PM Modi’s rally is proposed in Neemuch, Barwani on 9th November, along with this, PM Modi’s rally will be held in Chhatarpur on 13th November and PM Narendra Modi’s rally has been organized in Indore and Jhabua on 14th November. The last meeting will be held in Betul on 15th November. For which preparations are being made.

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