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PM Modi’s Vibrant Roadshow Energizes Patna

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Patna, May 12: As Sunday evening unfolded, chants of “Modi-Modi” resonated through the streets of Patna. Prime Minister Narendra Modi graced the city with a roadshow in the evening following his participation in four election rallies earlier in the day. Beginning at 7:21 p.m. from Bhattacharya Road, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s procession covered a distance of approximately two kilometers, traversing through Kadamkuan and Thakurbari before culminating at Udyog Bhawan.

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar joined Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s roadshow, marking a historic moment in Bihar’s history as the populace displayed palpable excitement at witnessing a Prime Minister’s roadshow in Patna. During the event, Prime Minister Modi, attired in a yellow kurta and a scarf draped over his shoulder, acknowledged the greetings of the crowd lining the streets by raising both hands. A diverse gathering including children, women, the elderly, and youth, clad in traditional attire and carrying posters bearing Modi’s name, thronged the streets to welcome the Prime Minister.

Accompanying the Prime Minister’s vehicle were Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, BJP candidate Ravi Shankar Prasad for the Patna Saheb Lok Sabha seat, and BJP state president Samrat Chaudhary. Ravi Shankar Prasad wore a hat and held a Lotus poster, while Chief Minister Nitish Kumar reciprocated the greetings of the people with raised hands. The roads of the capital were barricaded from both sides, starting from the Raj Bhavan, due to the Prime Minister’s roadshow.

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The Prime Minister’s convoy departed from the airport precisely at 7:00 p.m., traversing Bailey Road to reach Bhattacharya Road. The roadshow formally commenced from Bhattacharya Road, where flowers were showered on Prime Minister Modi amidst tight security. Despite stringent security measures, a large number of Patna residents thronged the streets, eager to catch a glimpse of the Prime Minister. The chants of “Jai Shri Ram” and “Bharat Mata ki Jai” reverberated in the air, with even Muslim women seen on the roads to witness PM Modi.

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Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, BJP candidate Ravi Shankar Prasad, and BJP state president Samrat Chaudhary accompanied the Prime Minister’s vehicle during the roadshow. Before the roadshow commenced, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Deputy Chief Minister Samrat Choudhary, and Union Minister Ashwini Kumar Choubey were present on the temporary stage set up on Bhattacharya Road, awaiting the Prime Minister’s arrival.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, en route to the roadshow, passed Bailey Road’s prominent turn at exactly 7:10 p.m., triggering enthusiastic cheers from the awaiting crowd. Following the roadshow, the Prime Minister headed directly to Raj Bhavan, where he would spend the night. On Monday morning, he would visit Takht Harmandir Saheb in Patna Saheb to offer prayers before embarking on a road journey to Saran, Vaishali, and Hajipur Lok Sabha constituencies via helicopter to campaign for NDA candidates.

After concluding his election campaign on Monday evening, the Prime Minister would travel to Varanasi via Gaya, where another roadshow awaits him. He is scheduled to file his nomination form in Varanasi on Tuesday.


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