5 May 2024

MP Lok Sabha Election 2024: PM Modi's focus on MP...! Prime Minister's 7th visit within a month...will hold public meetings in Nimar region

MP Lok Sabha Election 2024: The campaign for the third phase of Lok Sabha elections-2024 will end today on Sunday evening. Star campaigners will now put their strength into campaigning for the fourth phase. As the date of voting for the fourth phase is approaching, the election campaign is also reaching its peak in Nimar region of Madhya Pradesh. 

On Monday, May 7, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to hold public meeting in Khargone in support of the BJP candidate. While the party is busy preparing for this at the organizational level, the administration and police have also started making concrete security arrangements.

Key role of tribal community in MP politics

The tribal community has played an important role in the politics of MP. Be it Malwa-Nimar or Indore-Ujjain division, victory and defeat in elections here is in the hands of tribal voters. There is a sizable population of tribal community here. Due to this, both the major parties of Madhya Pradesh, BJP and Congress, have focused here on wooing tribals in the Lok Sabha elections.

Modi to address rallies in Dhar, Khargone on Monday 

PM Narendra Modi will be on a tour of Dhar district on Monday 7th May. He will also address the election meeting in Khargone. PM Modi will address a public meeting in Dhar in the afternoon. Actually this meeting was to be held here on 27th April, which was postponed due to some reasons. Special preparations are being made for the venue of PM's public meeting. The pandal is being decorated grandly. Security arrangements have also been tightened.

In Khargone, PM's meeting is going to be held at Navagraha Fair Ground on Monday. Voting is to be held in Khandwa and Khargone Lok Sabha seats of Madhya Pradesh in the fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections. In this fourth phase to be held on May 13, voting will be held in Ratlam, Dhar, Indore, Dewas, Ujjain, Mandsaur, Khargone and Khandwa Lok Sabha seats.

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