Himachal Pradesh polls: Prime Minister Modi to address rallies tomorrow

He will address a rally in Rehan in the Fatehpur Assembly constituency in Kangra district at 11.30 am and another in Dhaula Kuan in Paonta Sahib at 2 pm, they said.

Published: 02nd November 2017 12:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd November 2017 12:11 AM   |  A+A-

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (File | PTI)

By PTI

SHIMLA: Prime minister Narendra Modi will address two election rallies in Himachal Pradesh tomorrow, BJP leaders said today.

He will address a rally in Rehan in the Fatehpur Assembly constituency in Kangra district at 11.30 am and another in Dhaula Kuan in Paonta Sahib at 2 pm, they said.

The prime minister will also address rallies in Sundernagar in Mandi, Rait in Shahpur and Palampur in Kangra district on November 4, and in Kullu and Una on November 5.

BJP president Amit Shah, who has already addressed six election meetings so far, will address more meetings in Una and Kangra on November 5.

Himachal Pradesh goes to polls on November 9.

 

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