Digital Desk, New Delhi. Assembly elections are being held in West Bengal amid the Corona epidemic. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has postponed his Bengal rally to be held on Friday. He wrote in tweeting that he would preside over the high-level meetings to review the situation in Corona and hence he postponed the Bengal rally.
Let us tell you that on Friday, 23 April, PM Modi was going to address four programs in Bengal. His rallies were scheduled to take place in Malda, Murshidabad, Birbhum and Kolkata South. After
After this it was decided that instead of the proposed rallies of Saturday, the Prime Minister will conduct the election program only on Friday. It may be noted that despite the increase in the cases of Kovid-19, the BJP and the Prime Minister are on target of the opposition parties for holding rallies.
Significantly, in view of the Corona transition earlier, the BJP decided that PM Modi’s big rallies will no longer be held in Bengal. PM Modi will hold a small public meeting in Bengal. No more than 500 people will be allowed to attend these public meetings. In view of the Corona transition, BJP President JP Nadda had decided to hold small meetings of all leaders including PM Modi in Bengal.