PM Narendra Modi Rally Agenda in Ballabgarh
The first Rally agenda in Ballabgarh, Faridabad district, Haryana by PM Narendra Modi took the floor on October 14. For the upcoming Haryana Assembly Electorates, PM Modi is slated to discourse four election rallies in the warm-up to the October 21. The last rally by him will take place in the Jat-dominated Hissar on October 18, a day before the election campaigning. While addressing the rally in Ballabgarh on Monday, PM Modi attempted to declare to the opposition parties that if they come into leadership, they will reinstate the Article 370. On the contrary, PM Modi was lashed out as a bullhorn of big businessmen by the Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in Nuh who is feathering the nest of senior officials and rich persons by minting money from the pockets of the poor people. Once again, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s rallies are outlined in the next few days. BJP president Amit Shah is also scheduled to bespeak in Haryana’s Fatehabad, Sirsa and Hisar. Mr. Modi is also slated to address at least four mass-meetings this week. He will also be discoursing two mega rallies in Charkhi Dadri and Kurukshetra in Haryana on Tuesday.
As the elections draws the curtains on, the expedition is on the full swing in Haryana. In these get-togethers, BJP has given the assurance to fulfill its promises like launching Haryana start up mission and one All India Institute of Medical Sciences, investment of Rs. 5,000 crore to help embellish the skills of 25 lakhs youth and giving them employment opportunities i.e Constitution of a new “Yuva Vikas and Rozgar Ministry”, Doubling the farmer’s income by 2022 and increase the pension but they haven’t given any assurance for farm loan waiver. In the presence of BJP’s national working president JP Nadda, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and the other leaders, the party issued its poll notification “Mhare sapno ka Haryana”(My Dreams of Haryana) on Sunday. But, the Congress party has issued its manifesto few days back, assuring to abandon the farm mortgages within 24 hours if it comes into function and has also assured 300 units of free electricity in the state’s households.
According to PM Modi’s statement in Ballabgarh, the opposition parties are trying to do the politics of “Muslim Vote Bank”. He has also set his sights on the Congress party for opposing “Tripe Talaq Bill” in the Parliament but a big resolution has been enforced without any opposition in the country. The voters will be pursued by Modi with several schemes and development work proposed by the Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. PM Modi will continue its second rally in poll bound Haryana, Kurukshetra for its Bharatiya Janta Party candidates on Tuesday. The venue of the rally, Kurukshetra theme park’s preparations were in open throttle. Many civil servants of Kurukshetra District Government were campet at the venue. The Special Protection Group has been called for monitoring security arrangements at the site and around 1,500 Police work force have also been appointed.
According to BJP’s Twitter platform, PM Modi is scheduled to address the rally in Charkhi Dadri first and after that in Kurukshetra at around 2 p.m. Many routes were diverted by the Traffic personnel to avoid jams on Kaithal-Kurukshetra, Pehowa-Kurukshetra and Jhansa-Kurukshetra. It is being assumed that Modi’s visit will intensify the poll prospects of the party candidates in Kurukshetra and nearby districts like Ambala, Kaithal, Karnal and Yamunanagar too. PM Modi has also discoursed the rally during Lok Sabha polls in the month of May and visited the Kurukshetra to commence Swachh Shakti 2019. Modi has visited Kurukshetra third time in this year.
As the 29 year old BJP candidate and a wrestler Babita Phogat has also filled the candidature from Dadri Assembly seat in Haryana, PM Modi announced in the rally that it was a proud moment for him to know by the Chinese president Xi Jinping during a visit to Mamallapuram in Tamil Nadu that he has seen the “Dangal” movie. She has been battling against the politicians like Satpal Sangwan of the Jananyak Janta Party and Nirpender Singh Sangwan of the Congress. Modi said enthusiastically in Haryanvi, “Mahre Choree Choroon Say Kam Hai Ke” (Are our girls any less than the boys)?
“The rally be historic as thousands of people from Kurukshetra and nearby districts will come to attend it,” said BJP’s Thanesar candidate Subhash Sudha.
Haryana Assembly Election Date and Time
Election vitality is intensifying among the bureaucratic constituencies. Polling in 90 Haryana Assembly Electorates have been slated to be held on October 21 and the final results will be promulgated on October 24. Around 1.83 crores voters including 84 lakh women and 239 transgenders are likely to practice their right to franchise and determine the fortune of the candidates. Out of 90 seats, 17 are booked for Scheduled Castes and none for Scheduled Tribes. While Bharatiya Janta Party is emphasising its motto “abki baar 75 paar”, the Congress is agonised because of severe gaps in the party. The dissension among the Congress party landed them in agitation. The scrutiny of nominations took place on October 5. October 7 was the last day when the filling and the postliminary withdrawal of nominations concluded.
The current Haryana Assembly’s period will conclude on November 2.
The main connoisseur of Haryana polls has always been caste arithmetic. BJP and Congress, both have portrayed less number of Jats in State polls 2019. Congress has also slaughtered the number of Punjabi candidates. Only 19 tickets have been offered to Jats by the Saffron party this year. From other communities, BJP has brought back one Jat, one Bishnoi, eight Brahmins, nine Punjabis, eight from Vaish community, six Gujjars, six Ahirs, two Meos, six form the backward classes, two Rors, four Rajputs and 18 scheduled-castes.
|Notification date||September 27, 2019|
|Last date for filing nominations||October 4, 2019|
|Scrutiny of nominations||October 5, 2019|
|Last date for withdrawal of candidature||October 7, 2019|
|Date of elections||October 21, 2019|
|Counting of votes||October 24, 2019|
Polling in Maharashtra and Haryana will take place on the same day October 21 and the results will be announced on October 24.
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