PM Modi To Visit Odisha In March 1st Week Ahead Of Twin Elections

Bhubaneswar: With the twin elections in the state fast approaching, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit Odisha again in the first week of March.

Giving this information to the media in Bhubaneswar, BJP’s Odisha unit president Manmohan Samal said that in all probability the Prime Minister may undertake a visit to the state in the first week of March.

Stating that the exact schedule will be announced soon after the itinerary is received from New Delhi, Samal said that the Prime Minister is likely to visit the coastal region of Odisha.

During his visit, Modi is likely to attend a programme at Chandikhole in Jajpur district, the senior BJP leader said. “I will share the exact date and itinerary once we get the details,” he said.

This will be Modi’s second tour of the state in a month as he visited Sambalpur in western Odisha on February 3.

During his visit to Sambalpur on February 3, Modi had inaugurated and laid foundation stones for projects worth more than Rs 68,000 crore.

With the twin elections approaching, the Prime Minister, during his next visit, is likely highlight the benefits of different Central schemes being implemented in the state. He will also tell the party workers and leaders to reach out to people by conducting door-to-door visits to apprise them of the Modi guarantee.

Modi’s second visit to the state assumes significance as it comes amid talks of alleged understanding between BJP and Biju Janata Dal (BJD). Congress leaders have lashed out at both the parties terming them as two sides of a coin.

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