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PM to address rallies in North Bengal once again on 7,10 April

By HindusthanSamachar | Publish Date: Apr 4 2019 6:58PM
PM to address rallies in North Bengal  once again on 7,10 April
Kolkata, Apr.4 (HS): Expressing happiness at the resounding success and huge public attendance at both of his election rallies in West Bengal yesterday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has now decided to come twice more in the state within the next one week to address more people. Informing this BJP state President Dilip Ghosh here today announced that watching the huge response of the common people in favour of the party in both the rallies in Siliguri and at the Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata yesterday, Prime minister Modi agreed to address his third election rally on 7 April(Sunday) in the state at Coochbehar, which goes to the polls in the first phase of elections on 11 April along with Alipurduar, the only other Lok Sabha constituency in North Bengal. Similarly, Prime minister Modi would come to the state once again within the next three days on 10 April when he would address his 4th election rally at Buniadpur in North Dinajpur district as well as the electorate of all four other Lok Sabha constituencies of North Bengal - namely Raigunj, Balurbhat, Malada North and Malda South - which are going to the polls in the second phase on 18 April. Since Raigunj, Malda North and Malda South constituencies are considered to be Congress bastions in the state, the Prime minister has decided to give special emphasis on addressing the voters in all these constituencies in a bid to snatch the seats from the Congress.Though Raigunj was won by Mohammad Salim of CPI-M by less than 2,000 votes in 2014, all the three others went in to the kitty of Congress. Also expressing his satisfaction at the successful organisation of two massive rallies of the Prime minister on the same day in two different venues, Ghosh said in addition to these tow rallies, Prime minister Modi would visit the state at least four to five more times to address the voters in different constituencies during the next one month. Claiming that the first visit of Modi had already ''shaken the foundation of the ruling Trinamool Congress'' in Bengal, he said it was now only a matter of time before the people announced their verdict in favour of maximum BJP candidates from the state. Ghosh also reiterated his confidence that BJP would win at least 23 of the state''s 42 Lok Sabha seats this time. Hindusthan Samachar/Ankur/Pramod \
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