Rajasthan Assembly Election 2019: PM Modi Jhunjhunu visit Live Minute to minute program
Jhunjhunu News:Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Jhunjhunu on March 8, International Women’s Day 2018. They stay here for about half an hour. Jhunjhunu district collector Dinesh Kumar Yadav said that Prime Minister Modi will reach Jhunjhunu at 12.55 pm. They leave the helicopter from Safdarjung Airport in New Delhi at 11.40 in the morning and at 12.55 pm, they will land on the Jhunjhunwari belt. Launch a National Nutrition Mission on the Airstrip here. At the same time, Prime Minister International Women’s Day from Jhunjhunu will introduce daughter-save, daughter-training campaign on the whole of the country.
Rajasthan Assembly Election 2019:Modi In Jhunjhnu on International Women’s Day 2018
On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2018, a thousand buses, 15 hundred cruisers, five thousand cars to bring people in the meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Jhunjhunu. Parking around the city, nine helipads near the airstrip, the gray road on six new roads. A large army of officers for pandal and security of seating capacity of more than two lakh people
Rajasthan Assembly Election 2019:PM Modi Jhunjhunu Visit
It is a mere coincidence that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s preparations for the visit to Jhunjhunu on March 8, 2018 Officially it is not confirmed, but sources of the party say that about Rs 15 crore will be spent on these preparations. Work is going on for the day and night. Officers are running round the clock throughout the day. As a result, Kabini Minister Yunus Khan took a meeting of officers on the airspace on Monday.
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District Collector said that the Prime Minister will leave for the helipad from the meeting venue at 2.35 pm and depart for Delhi Safdarjung Airport 2.45 pm at 2.45 pm. Security arrangements have been chalked around Modi’s Jhunjhnu tour.
Officials and workers are seen to be rushing-rush to bring crowds of people in every Assembly-wise meeting. From the assembly of the district of Jhunjhunu, the goal of the fourty thousand has been given by the party. Such people are being contacted by night and day.
Rajasthan Assembly Election 2019:PM MODI Jhunjhnu Rally 2018
Officials of all the divisional fronts of the BJP city and the country have been entrusted with the responsibility of mobilizing crowds for the proposed Prime Minister’s meeting in Jhunjhunu on March 8. With this, the local bodies, Panchayat Raj and the elected and nominated people’s representatives of the trust board have also been instructed to send Jhunjhunu with maximum crowd.
Rajasthan Assembly Election 2019: Sikar BJP Leaders
Sikar News:Bajor said that this meeting of PM is an opportunity for those who want to contest the Rajasthan assembly elections 2019. Everyone should insist on this. The advantage of this will definitely be found. All the vehicles and people will go from the assembly segment, all of them will be monitored. State Minister of State Banshadhar Bajia said that if five percent of voters from a booth will also go to the meeting, the meeting will be successful in every situation.
UIT Chairman Hariram Ranawa said that Sikar has always been ahead in all whether it is in Jaipur or anywhere else, this time also it will be ahead of all the districts. Former District President Mahesh Sharma said that Sikar has the goal of carrying eighty thousand people, it is to be completed in every situation. It is not impossible for the workers and office bearers here.
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Sikar News. Bharatiya Janata Party’s state president Ashok Paranami said that the next Rajasthan assembly elections 2019 will be fought on the face of current Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. News of change is the only media production. The Prime Minister, who came to Sikar about preparations for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting in Jhunjhunu on March 8, said this to the reporters in the Circuit House on Tuesday. He said that after the meeting of Modi, the Cabinet will have a change or not, I am not aware of this. The Chief Minister has his full authority.