Hyderabad, Nov 11 (Hydnow): As the nomination period for the Telangana Assembly elections is over, the BJP will increase its campaign momentum. As part of this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the state for three consecutive days in the second phase.
Modi will be the Chief guest at Karimnagar Sabha on November 25, and Nirmal Sabha on November 26. A roadshow will be held in Hyderabad on November 27 to solicit votes from people. As the Prime Minster’s tour schedule has been finalized, the BJP state leadership is making plans, to win. Modi will mobilize people to the meetings.
On the other hand, Prime Minister Modi will come to Hyderabad this evening. The Prime Minister will participate as the chief guest in the Vishwarupa Mahasabha of the oppressed communities to be held at the Secunderabad Parade Ground. Organizers said that MMRPS is organizing the Viswarupa Sabha with the slogan. At the beginning of comprehensive justice, Dandora, Chalo Hyderabad, sought to give legitimacy to the classification of SC reservations. It is expected that the Prime Minister will make a key announcement on the S classification in this meeting. (Hydnow)
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