Rai pulling out all stops to make Sankalp rally grand success
New Delhi: The stage is all set to hold NDA's Sankalp Rally, which is scheduled to be held on Sunday at historic Gandhi Maidan in the capital city of Bihar, as posters welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi have come up at the roundabouts as well as every nook and corner of the city.
The Sankalp Rally would prove to be a historic one as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar would address the first joint rally since JDU joined hands with the BJP again in July 2017.
Party workers as well as functionaries of the three NDA partners --- BJP, JDU and LJP --- have hit the streets in rural and urban areas to gather the support for the rally, which is also projected as a conglomeration of the show of strength in Bihar. The man who is pulling out all the stops to make NDA's rally a grand success is BJP state unit chief Nityanand Rai as he is holding a marathon of rallies each day.
According to party insiders, several trains, buses and SUVs have been booked for facilitating the people to attend the rally. "The BJP's senior leader and deputy CM Sushil Modi has flagged off Sankalp Rath, while LJP state president Pashupati Nath Paras launched an awareness campaign to get the support of people to make the rally successful," a party functionary said.
The BJP has also launched 'Kamal Jyoti Sankalp Abhiyan'. Explaining about the campaign, BJP's state chief Nityanand Rai told Millennium Post that the campaign has been kick-started to pay homage to country's brave-hearts.
"It's aimed at giving honour and respect to martyrs of the country and make people aware of the development works carried out the NDA government in the state," he said, adding that under the campaign earthen lamps would be lit in every house between 6pm and 8pm each day.
The members of the party's executive committee, district presidents and district in-charges have been assigned to aware people about the rally and motivate them for actively participation in the rally.
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