Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today address his rally at poll bound Uttar Pradesh’s capital Lucknow, his first public meeting since September 29 surgical strikes. Prime Minister is expected to make his first comments since army’s operation. PM Modi is scheduled to arrive at Lucknow at 5.40 pm, while the speech is scheduled to start at 6 pm at Aishbagh Ramlila ground. Cross-border terrorism can be the fulcrum of the speech, while PM who’s known for his communication expertise, may also correlate it to Viajydashmi’s moral of ‘Truth’s victory over evil’. The organisers have also attached an anti-terror message to Ravan’s effigy at the Ramlila ground which further hints towards this. But even then, the BJP says it has no hint about PM’s Aishbagh Ramleela address.
“The PM always prefers to do things in his unique style. We don’t know what he will say on the occasion. It’s a matter of great pride for us that he has chosen to celebrate Dussehra in Lucknow,” said UP BJP chief Keshav Prasad Maurya.