In a bid to reclaim stake of Bharatiya Janata Party in upcoming Assembly Elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing a public rally in Kharagpur on Sunday.
He is likely to address nothing less than 10 rallies in West Bengal to ensure people vote for his party and let them serve the state.
Last week state BJP president Dilip Ghosh said that as per the State leadership’s request, Mr. Modi would hold 10 rallies in the State.
“In one day he will have three rallies so he will have to come for three to four days,” Mr. Ghosh said.
Among the constituencies where the Prime Minister is expected to campaign are Siliguri in North Bengal, Kharagpur in Paschim Mednipur district, Asansol in Bardhaman district and Malda.
On Sunday, he will also be addressing a rally in Assam's Rangpara.