With Assembly polls round the corner in Himachal Pradesh, the politics has intensified in the hill state and both BJP and Congress are leaving no stones unturned to woo their voters.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi have packed programmes in the last round of campaigning for the assembly elections in the state.
Modi, who has already addressed two election meetings on November 2, would be there for two rallies at Rait (Kangra) and Sundernagar (Mandi) on Saturday, the BJP said.
On November 5, the prime minister would address a rally each at Palampur, Kullu and Una, it said.
While Congress president Sonia Gandhi would not campaign in the state, Rahul Gandhi would be there for rallies at Paonta Sahib, Nagrota and Chamba on November 6, an HPCC spokesperson said.
The Congress vice president would again visit Himachal on November 8 for three more poll meetings, he said.
Polling for the 68-member Himachal Assembly will take place on November 9 while counting of votes is scheduled for December 18.
(With PTI inputs)