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Lok Sabha Elections 2024: PM Modi will roar for victory on all three seats of Santhal, will hold election rally in Dumka

Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Within the seventh and ultimate part of elections, voting is to be held on June 1 in three Lok Sabha constituencies of Santhal Pargana, Dumka, Rajmahal and Godda. To make sure the victory of the BJP candidate on these three seats, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reaching Dumka on Tuesday. He’ll deal with the BJP's Mahavijay Sankalp Sabha at Dumka Airport. Virtually all of the preparations have been accomplished at Dumka Airport for this election public assembly of the Prime Minister. From the safety viewpoint, the SPG has taken the venue below its safety cowl. In view of the potential for crowd reaching the venue, short-term gates have additionally been made by chopping the boundary wall. Dozens of DFMDs have been put in, so that folks can enter the bottom solely after passing the safety verify. Earlier, IG A Vijayalakshmi, DIG Sanjeev Kumar and SP Pitambar Singh Kherwar together with different law enforcement officials additionally took inventory of the preparations on the venue. On Monday night, a briefing was organized for all of the law enforcement officials and jawans to be deployed on the venue they usually had been made conscious of their duties.

State President Babulal Marandi additionally reviewed the preparations

BJP's state president and former chief minister Babulal Marandi additionally reviewed the preparations for the Vijay Sankalp rally of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be held at Dumka airport. Lok Sabha in-charge Raj Paliwar, co-convenor Niwas Mandal and media in-charge Pintu Agarwal had been additionally current with him.

After changing into PM, he’s coming to Dumka for the fourth time and fifth time in a decade

After changing into the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi is coming to Dumka for the fourth time and that is his fifth go to in 10 years. This will likely be his third election rally at Dumka Airport. After changing into the Prime Minister, he had come to handle the gathering through the meeting elections on 15 December 2014. He got here for the second time on 02 October 2015 to launch the Mudra Yojana. He got here for the third time through the meeting elections on 15 December 2019. Earlier than changing into the Prime Minister, Modi had additionally come to handle a public assembly in Basukinath through the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. On this method, that is Modi's fifth go to in a decade.

Additionally Learn: Lok Sabha Election 2024: 17 lakh voters will determine the destiny of 14 candidates for Rajmahal Lok Sabha seat

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