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Lok Sabha elections 2024: PM Modi hails ‘Surya Tilak’ event at BJP rally in Assam’s Nalbari 

Lok Sabha elections 2024: The marathon poll campaign by Prime Minister Narendra Modi continued on Wednesday in Assam and Tripura day after he held rallies in Bihar, West Bengal and a roadshow in Guwahati. PM Modi addressed the BJP rally in Nalbari in the presence of Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma.

Jai Shri Ram’ slogan were raised by PM Modi and people present at the rally as the PM highlighted the ‘Surya Tilak’ ritual of Ram Lalla being performed in Ayodhya.

“There is a new atmosphere in the entire country and this birthday of Lord Ram has come after 500 years, when he got the privilege of celebrating his birthday in his own home,” he added.

The PM asked the crowd to switch on the mobile flash to display their devotion towards’ Ayodhya’s event.
Yesterday, the PM carried out a roadshow on the busy Guwahati-Shillong Road, with massive crowds turning up to greet him. PM Modi arrived in Guwahati in the evening on a two-day visit. He will address an election rally in Nalbari today. The two-km-long roadshow of the prime minister began near Rajiv Bhawan, the state Congress headquarters, and concluded near the state secretariat in Dispur.

People confined behind barricades put up along the road raised slogans in favour of the BJP and waved party flags as Modi’s cavalcade traversed the stretch.

The prime minister, who was seen standing on the footrest of the vehicle with Assamese ‘Gamosa’ around his neck, waved back at the crowds, comprising a large number of men and women.

After a night halt in Guwahati, Modi will leave for Nalbari on Wednesday to address an election rally in support of NDA candidate Phani Bhushan Choudhury of Asom Gana Parishad.

Nalbari assembly segment is under Barpeta parliamentary constituency which will go to polls in the third phase on May 7.

Choudhury is locked in a triangular contest with Deep Bayan of the Congress and CPI(M)’s Manoranjan Talukdar.

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