Rajasthan: PM Modi’s visit to Ajmer today, will address Jan Sabha, attempt to win 45 assembly seats

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Internet desk, the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi, has started preparations for the assembly elections in Rajasthan. This is his second visit in this one month. Earlier he has also visited Nathduare and Mount Abu. However, he has had four-five visits in the last few months. Modi has first come to Dausa and then to Bhilwara.

Today he is going to visit Ajmer district where he will address a gathering and list the government’s achievements during his 9-year tenure. It is believed that after the defeat in Karnataka, now the central leadership of BJP is fully focused on Rajasthan.

If media reports are to be believed, the BJP is claiming to have gathered a crowd of more than 2 lakh people in the Ajmer meeting. For this, the state organization has given a target to every district executive to bring the workers to the Jan Sabha. It is believed that PM Modi will win 45 out of 64 assembly seats of 8 Lok Sabha constituencies through this meeting.

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