Modi, Shah to address rallies in May

KARNAL: Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah would come to Haryana between May 1 and 10 to push the party’s campaign in Haryana.

Tribune News Service

Karnal, April 19

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah would come to Haryana between May 1 and 10 to push the party’s campaign in Haryana.

“The PM and the party president will come to Haryana to address rallies but the date and venue is yet to be fixed,” said the CM while interacting with The Tribune at the party office in Sector 14 here. He also made it clear that the BJP does not have any alliance with anyone Haryana. “We have no alliance with the SAD in Haryana. It is extending support to the BJP in Haryana without any alliance,” said the CM.

The CM claimed that the BJP would win all 10 seats in Haryana. “We do not see any threat from any party in the state and the people of Haryana will ensure the victory of all the 10 candidates in the Lok Sabha elections,” Khattar said.

“We are seeking votes on the works that the BJP has done,” he added.

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