New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a public meeting in Nawada, Bihar on Sunday (7 April 2024). During this time he will seek votes for BJP candidate Vivek Thakur. Along with BJP leaders, members of other constituent parties of NDA will also participate in the Nawada Jan Sabha. At the same time, this is the second election rally of the Prime Minister in Bihar within a week.

Extensive security arrangements

Earlier on April 4, BJP's star campaigner Prime Minister had launched NDA's Lok Sabha election campaign from Jamui seat. Given the PM's program in Nawada, elaborate security arrangements have been made. Voting will be held in Nawada Lok Sabha constituency along with Gaya, Aurangabad, and Jamui on April 19 under the first phase of Lok Sabha elections.

Earlier, he had addressed the election rally in favor of Giriraj Singh, who was the BJP candidate in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. The enthusiasm of BJP workers regarding the Prime Minister's visit is at its peak. Modi is going to arrive in Nawada for the second time.

Modi will roar from Nawada before Ram Navami

Before Ram Navami, Modi will roar from Nawada and will also claim victory for his candidate. During this, Modi will tell in detail about the facilities provided to Magadha by the NDA government at the Center and the efforts made for its progress.

CM Nitish Kumar will be present

In the Prime Minister's meeting, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, RLMO chief Upendra Kushwaha, HAM national president Santosh Manjhi, besides LJP chief Chirag Paswan will address the gathering. Deputy Chief Minister cum BJP State President Samrat Chaudhary will also be present on the stage.