Preparations for BJP rally to celebrate party's success in the recently concluded assembly polls in Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir underway at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi on Jan 9, 2015. (IANS)

Abhinandan Rally: Ramlila Maiden All Set to Welcome PM Modi

The election campaign of Bharatiya Janata Party ahead of the Delhi polls will be launched at a mega rally, known as “Abhinandan” rally, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Ramlila Maiden on Saturday.

While, the rally will be attended by the top leaders and ministers of the party, Modi is expected to make some major announcements today. A massive crowd of around one lakh is likely to attend the rally.

As per reports, Narendra Modi is being projected as the face of the BJP’s campaign in the national capital. It is after 16 years, BJP is expected to be back in power.

On Friday, when the stage was on its finishing touch, BJP Councillor and Chairman, Standing Committee of North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), Mohan Bhardwaj has said, “The preparation on part of the NDMC and the state unit are almost complete. The stage from where the Prime Minister will address the crowd has been completed.”

Meanwhile, the chief ministers of the states where BJP won the election recently will also attend the campaign. According to reports, Chief ministers Devender Fadnavis from Maharashtra, Raghubar Das from Jharkhand and Manohar Lal Khattar from Haryana will attend the rally and would seek votes on behalf of Modi.

A senior BJP leader said, “They will request voters from their respective states to vote for the BJP. They will also project the achievements of their governments and will promise development.”

However, the report cards stating the development works done for the states by the MPs are asked to submit by all seven MPs.

BJP MP, Prabhat Jha reportedly said, “We are expecting that lakhs of people would be attending the rally. LED screens will be installed in the ground so that people can listen to their leaders and there is no commotion.”

Meanwhile, in regard to the security concern, more than 100 CCTV cameras have put up in the ground, in all entry points and exit points. Also, bomb squad vans, ambulances and fire tenders are also said to be stationed in the ground.

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