The election meetings of PM started in Bihar from October 23, about 1 month after the election code of conduct came into force in Bihar.
Patna| Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday appealed to the voters of the state to vote in large numbers in the last phase of the Bihar Assembly elections. He made an early morning appeal on Twitter – “Today is the third and last phase of voting in Bihar assembly elections. I request all voters to participate in this holy festival of democracy in greater numbers and set a new voting record. And of course, also take care of wearing masks and social distancing.”
Earlier on Thursday, shortly before the end of campaigning for the last phase of Bihar election, the Prime Minister wrote a letter to the people of Bihar. Through ‘My Letter to the brothers and sisters of Bihar’, he also tried to show his presence in the last day’s campaign. He said on Twitter that he needs Nitish Kumar’s government in Bihar, so that development of Bihar is not stuck.
The election meetings of PM started in Bihar from October 23, about 1 month after the election code of conduct came into force in Bihar. Through a total of 12 electoral meetings, the PM tried to address all 243 assembly constituencies. The districts where PM meetings were held were Rohtas, Gaya, Bhagalpur, Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur, Patna, Chapra, East Champaran, West Champaran, Samastipur, Saharsa and Araria.
BJP president JP Nadda has also appealed to the people of Bihar to vote in maximum numbers. Tejashwi Yadav has also tweeted and appealed to people to vote. He has said – “Ganga, Gandak and Kosi are flowing in Bihar. Change is on the rise. Make sure to use your vote today for the golden future, all-round development, developed Bihar and peace.
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