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Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi packed schedule on the last day for campaigning for Lok Sabha elections

By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 17, May 2019, 11:15 am IST | UPDATED: 18, May 2019, 16:29 pm IST

Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi packed schedule on the last day for campaigning for Lok Sabha elections Delhi: It is the last day of campaigning for the last (seventh) phase of Lok Sabha elections, which is set to take place on May 19. It is also the last chance for our leaders to lure the voters and convince them to vote in their favour. Therefore, it ought to be a day full of political buzz, as the leaders will ensure they leave no stone-unturned to give the best of their last round of speeches and take last jibes at their opposition, before the results are out on May 23.

Modi’s schedule: 
 
After spending a busy day addressing political rallies in Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was scheduled to address a rally in Khargone, Madhya Pradesh at 11:30am. PM’s rally was scheduled Friday morning. The last phase for voting in Madhya Pradesh will take place on Sunday, May 19.

Amit Shah’s schedule: 

While PM Modi will be in Madhya Pradesh, BJP Chief Amit Shah will be in the national capital, where he is set to hold a press conference at 3:35 pm at party office.

Rahul’s schedule: 

Congress President Rahul Gandhi will also be addressing a rally in Solan, Himachal Pradesh at 11:45 am; later in the day Gandhi will be traveling to the national capital as well where he is set to address a press conference.

Priyanka’s roadshows: 

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi will however remain in Uttar Pradesh and will be holding roadshows in Mirzapur and Kushinagar. Priyanka’s 1.5 km long roadshow is set to begin from Dankinganj in Mirzapur and will end at Sankatmochan.
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