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PM Modi's election rallies in Nahan and Mandi on May 24 in Himachal

Shimla, May 19 (HS). Before the last phase of voting for the Lok Sabha elections in Himachal Pradesh on June 1, the entry of veterans into the election campaign will create heat in the political atmosphere. To give momentum to BJP's election campaign, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will come on a one-day visit to Himachal on May 24. During this time, he will try to create momentum in favor of BJP by addressing two election rallies in the state.

Prime Minister Modi will address election rallies in support of BJP candidates at Nahan under Shimla parliamentary seat and Mandi under Mandi parliamentary seat. The Prime Minister will be seen seeking votes for BJP candidate and film actress Kangana Ranaut from Mandi and Suresh Kashyap from Shimla. BJP's Kangana will face Congress' youth leader and cabinet minister Vikramaditya Singh in Mandi. This seat is currently held by Congress. Vikramaditya Singh's mother and state Congress president Pratibha Singh is the current MP here. With Kangana contesting the elections, this seat has become high profile and there are chances of an interesting contest here.

Meanwhile, in view of the Prime Minister's visit, the state BJP has started preparations. State BJP President Rajiv Bindal said that PM Modi will address rallies in Nahan and Mandi on May 24. Modi will address rallies at Chaugan Maidan in Nahan at 11 am and Paddal Maidan in Mandi at 1 pm.

Bindal discussed the Prime Minister's rally in the Nahan BJP Mandal meeting on Sunday. He said that the people of Himachal Pradesh are always excited about Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Whenever he turns towards the state, a new energy is generated among the workers and the public.

Bindal said that 57,11,969 voters in Himachal will cast their votes in the elections this time. In the final list released by the Election Department, there are 28,48,301 male, 27,97,209 female and 35 transgender voters in the state. Every voter has attachment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Bindal said that while the country's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is working for the upliftment of the country, the Congress Party has always worked to backward and break the country. He said that if we compare the UPA government with the present NDA government, the difference will be clear that India has progressed 100 times under the NDA rule. It seems that the Congress government had set India back by 100 years. They had no interest in the progress of the country, their only job was to sell the country to the Congress leaders and push it back.