Modi to launch campaign from Champaran on Jan 27
Earlier, he was slated to visit the state on January 13, which was deferred owing to consecration of Ram temple in Ayodhya.
PATNA: PM Narendra Modi will arrive in Bihar’s Champaran on January 27 to address an election rally for the upcoming Lok Sabha election and flag off various developmental projects. Earlier, he was slated to visit the state on January 13, which was deferred owing to consecration of Ram temple in Ayodhya.
BJP MP from Paschimi Champaran (Bettiah) Sanjay Kumar Jaiswal said on Saturday that the PM will inaugurate Indian Oil depot at Chhapwa Bahas near Sugauli, national highway between Raxaul and Piprakothi, national highway connecting Bettiah to Patna and some other development works before addressing a rally at Ramna Maidan in Bettiah.
He said it was a matter of pride for the people of Champaran region that the PM will be campaigning in the state for the 2024 polls. Senior officials of the district administration along with the MP inspected the site of the proposed rally on Saturday. “Preparations have started for the rally,” Jaiswal claimed. Champaran region has three Lok Sabha seats. While Paschimi Champaran (Bettiah) and Purvi Champaran (Motihari) seats are currently held by BJP, Valmikinagar is held by JD(U), which is now a part of grand-alliance government led by Nitish Kumar.