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Modi to Address Rally in Thiruvananthapuram February 2

BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will address a rally here on , BJP state president V Muralidharan said here

Published: 23rd December 2013 07:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd December 2013 07:59 AM   |  A+A-

BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will address a rally here on February 2, BJP state president V Muralidharan said here.

Briefing mediapersons on the conclusion of  the state committee meeting of the party, he said that 5 lakh people would attend the rally which will launch the party’s election campaign.

As part of the campaign to make the rally a success, BJP activists will visit households on January 25 and 26.

For the purpose of organising the rally, fund mobilisation has been planned by selling coupons worth Rs 50 and Rs 100. On January 10 and 11, booth-level meetings of the party will be held across the state. The party’s campaign jathas will be taken out in four zones from January 19 to 23.

Muralidharan and three general secretaries - K Surendran, A N Radhakrishnan and K P Sreeshan will lead the jatha.

Muralidharan said that as of now, they had no plans of forming an alliance. But, anyone who supports the politics of development put forth by Narendra Modi would be welcomed to the party fold, he said.

He said that the party had no plans to invite Modi to contest from here or any other constituency in the state. The meeting entrusted the Muralidharan to select the election committee. He is in consultation with senior leaders and will announce the committee soon.



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