Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray shared a dais after two-and-a-half-year while campaigning in Latur, Maharashtra. Last time the duo had shared the dais in December 2016 in Mumbai at a function to lay the foundation stone of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj memorial off the Arabian Sea. Also Read - Delhi Chalo: Arvind Kejriwal Attacks Centre For Preventing Farmers From Holding 'Peaceful' Protests
Of the 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra, the BJP and Sena announced to contest 25 and 23 seats, respectively. Polling in Maharashtra will be held in four phases on April 11, 18, 23 and 29, and the results will be declared on May 23. Also Read - Naveen Patnaik Writes To PM Modi Urges Centre To Issue Timeframe for CBSE Exam 2021
After Maharashtra, PM would head to Karnataka and address rallies in Chitradurga and Mysuru. The first public rally in Chitradurga will be held around noon. At 4.40 PM the prime minister will land at Mysore Airport in Mandakalli. The PM’s cavalcade will move from Mandakalli to Maharaja’s College Grounds. He will address a rally at 4.50 PM. Also Read - Mamata Banerjee Dares BJP To Arrest Her, Says Will Ensure TMC Victory in Polls From Jail Itself
Later in the day, Prime Minister will address an election rally in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu in support of BJP candidate C P Radhakrishnan.
Besides, BJP chief Amit Shah held a roadshow in Puri. The BJP has fielded party’s national spokesman Sambit Patra as its candidate for the Puri Lok Sabha seat.
Shah also visited Bareilly and Nagpur. On Sunday, he had addressed two election meetings at Polosara in Ganjam district and another at Baragarh.
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