Raje Flags off 'Modi Rath' in Raj

Published: 25th February 2014 07:07 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th February 2014 07:07 PM   |  A+A-


'Modi Rath', a vehicle exhibiting posters of BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi, was today flagged off by Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje outside the party office here ahead of Lok Sabha elections.            

Two such colourful vehicles with posters of Modi along with BJP President Rajnath Singh and other party leaders will be stationed at each of the 25 Lok Sabha constituencies of the state, a party spokesperson said.            

The vehicles would play audio appeals to public to make Modi the prime minister of the country, he said.            

Modi's audio speeches and messages would also be played in the evening from 7 to 9 pm, he said.  

Audio cds containing BJP's vision would be distributed to the public. These will also be containing speeches of party leaders speaking on failures and corruption cases of UPA government, he added.            

Meanwhile, BJP Yuva Morcha would also begin a 'Suraj Jyoti Vikas Yatra' from Jhalawar-Baran on February 26. The youth members would visit all 25 constituencies in the coming months, its state president D D Kumawat said.       

Raje government's 60-days plan would also be popularised during SJVY's yatra, he added.

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