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PM Modi To Address Rally In Rajasthan's Ajmer To Kick-Off Assembly Poll Campaign

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| October 6 , 2018 , 10:44 IST

Ahead of the assembly polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the poll campaign in Rajasthan on Saturday, Prime Minister will address a rally in the Ajmer city of the poll bound state.

The public rally will mark the conclusion of chief minister Vasundhara Raje’s Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra. According to State BJP president Madan Lal Saini around 3 lakh people are expected to attend the rally.

According to media reports, the Prime Minister was also expected to visit the Brahma Temple in Pushkar but now he will only attend the rally being held at Ajmer.

Ajmer district has eight assembly constituencies and seven of them are represented by BJP MLAs while the Congress has one seat of Nasirabad.

The Congress had won the Ajmer Lok Sabha seat by defeating BJP's Ramswaroop Lamba who is the son of former Ajmer MP Sanwar Lal Jat. The seat went to bypoll after the then sitting MP Sanwar Lal Jat died due to cardiac arrest last year. The assembly elections in Rajasthan are due later this year.

Inspector General of Police, Ajmer range Biju Joseph told media that tight security arrangements has been made at Kayar Vishramsthali for the PM’s visit. Police will be on their toes to take any action against disturbance, he said.

According to the schedule of the Prime Minister, he will arrive in Ajmer at 1 pm and head straight to the Kayad Vishramsthali, about 10 kilometers outside the main city on Ajmer-Jaipur National Highway. He will address the public rally and return to Jaipur at 2 pm and then on to Delhi.

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