Telangana election: PM Modi, top BJP leaders to campaign for December 7 polls

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Hyderabad | Updated: December 07, 2018 12:57 PM

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath are also likely to visit Telangana for the campaign.

Modi will address public meetings at Nizamabad and Mahabubnagar on November 27. (File photo)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other top leaders will address the party’s campaign meetings for the December 7 assembly polls in Telangana, state BJP president K Laxman said Saturday.

Modi will address public meetings at Nizamabad and Mahabubnagar on November 27, he told reporters here.

The Prime Minister would address another campaign meeting on December 3 at the Lal Bahadur stadium in Hyderabad,he said.

BJP president Amit Shah would participate in BJP’s campaign in Telangana Sunday.

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath are also likely to visit Telangana for the campaign, he said.

Shah had kicked off the party campaign with a public meeting at Mahabubnagar in September and subsequently addressed two more rallies in the state.

BJP is going it alone in the Assembly polls.

The party had five MLAs in the state assembly, which was dissolved on September 6 and it hopes to substantially increase its strength in the coming elections.

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