BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will visit the state on April 4 to address two rallies in two districts of Odisha. the state BJP leaders said here today. Modi will hold two separate rallies – one at Rourkela in Sundargarh district and Bolangir on the same day to boost the party’s winning chances in western Odisha, where the party expects to perform fairly well in the elections.
The Odisha BJP riding on a perceived ‘Modi wave’, has decided to launch a three -tier campaign to woo the voters and ensure victory of the party candidates in the coming elections. The three-tier campaign will consist of Central leaders, state leaders and film actors, who will campaign extensively across the state and beat the scorching sun to reach out to the voters, said Arun Singh, the newly appointed in-charge of the ste unit of the BJP at a press conference here.
Prior to Modi’s visit, the BJP national president Rajnath Singh will address rallies on April 2 while Chhattisgarh chief minister Raman Singh and Jharkhand former chief minister Arjun Munda will also campaign for the party in the first phase polls, informed Singh. Moreover,Modi’s speeches will be shown in 3D mode in all assembly constituencies, Singh said.
Hoping that BJP will get resounding success in the polls, he said the workers will fight a demoralised Congress and the ruling BJD with a renewed vigour. “The Congress party is already demoralised in the state following internal squabbling while BJD has no star campaigner except Naveen Patnaik. But, we have 40 star campaigners including top national leaders. Besides, the party workers are enthusiastic over the growing Modi wave,” said the BJP leader.