Leaders Of Various Political Parties Hold Rallies For Third Phase Of Elections

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Senior BJP leader Amit Shah will address two public meetings today in Jhanjharpur and Begusarai in Bihar. His  first public meeting is scheduled to be held at Narhaiya in Laukaha in Jhanjharpur Lok Sabha segment.  

JD(U) President and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will also attend the rally. Senior BJP leader will address the second rally at GD College ground in Begusarai.


Senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will campaign in Gujarat today. He will address his maiden election rally at Patan in North Gujarat today ahead of the Lok Sabha polls. On the other hand, Gujarat BJP President CR Patil will campaign in favour of party candidates today.

As the Lok Sabha elections draw near in Delhi, political parties in the national capital have intensified their campaigning. The Candidates are making passionate appeals to the voters through various activities and campaigns in their respective constituencies.

Yesterday, Congress candidate from North East Delhi, Kanhaiya Kumar launched his Lok Sabha election campaign at the party office in Maujpur.

Congress candidate from Chandni Chowk, Jai Prakash Aggarwal met voters in Civil Lines to discuss local issues and seek their support. Congress candidate from North-West Delhi, Udit Raj, addressed public meetings in Narela, Kirari and Rohini assembly constituencies.
Meanwhile, their alliance partner Aam Aadmi Party also actively campaigned yesterday. AAP candidate from West Delhi Mahabal Mishra and Delhi Chief Minister Arvinder Kejriwal’s wife Sunita Kejriwal participated in a roadshow in Tilak Nagar assembly constituency.
AAP candidate from East Delhi Kuldeep Kumar held a meeting with the public in Okhla assembly constituency. The BJP also remained engaged in its election campaign. BJP candidate from North-East Delhi, Manoj Tiwari, addressed the public in Malkarganj, Nandanagari and Wazirabad.

BJP candidate from East Delhi Harsh Malhotra organised conducted a road show in Vinod Nagar and Shahdara. The voting in Delhi will take place on May 25.

Disclaimer: This press release is sourced from News On AIR, Prasar Bharti and Press Information Bureau India (PIB).

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