Modi’s Indur, Palamuru meets on Nov 27
Taking a break from his hecticelectioneering schedule in the two BJPruled states of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is...
Hyderabad: Taking a break from his hectic-electioneering schedule in the two BJP-ruled states of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is southbound to address two election meetings on Tuesday in Telangana. According to party sources, the party is expecting significant gains in the Nizamabad and Mahbubnagar districts where the party candidates are counting on their winning chances.
Following this, the two public meetings of the Prime Minister, one in Nizamabad in the morning and another in Mahbubnagar in the afternoon are expected in bringing the much-needed push for the party to maximize its prospects vis- a- vis the Mahakutami and TRS candidates.
As per the schedule, Modi will be reaching Nizamabad in the morning in a special helicopter from the Nanded airport in neighbouring Maharashtra and will reach the meeting venue by road.
Similarly, the star campaigner of the party known for bringing the election fortunes to swing in favour of the party will be leaving Nizamabad to Mahbubnagar in a helicopter to address a public meeting at 2.30 pm in Mahbubnagar.
After the public meeting, the Prime Minister will be reaching the Hyderabad International Airport by a helicopter and will be leaving to Delhi by an Indian Air Force flight in the evening.