Himachal Pradesh Polls 2022: PM Modi To Visit Hill State Today

| Updated: 05 November, 2022 12:14 pm IST
In his new book, Ajay Singh tried to answer a question that haunts many Indians: What will Prime Minister Narendra Modi leave behind when he moves on?

Just few days before Himachal Pradesh elections Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to visit poll bound state on 5th November that is today. Prime Minister will be addressing two rallies one in Sundar Nagar at around about 1.00 pm and other one at Solan around about 2.45pm.

PM Modi also tweeted, “I look forward to being in Himachal Pradesh tomorrow, 5th November. I would be addressing rallies in Sundar Nagar and Solan. @BJP4Himachal is going to the people with the proven track record of development and highlighting the pro-people efforts of the double-engine governments.” Prime Minister tomorrow on Sunday will be visiting other poll bound and his hime state Gujarat where at around about 3.00 pm he will be addressing rally at Kaprada and around about 5.45pm will be visiting a function names Papa Ni Pari: Lagnotsav 2022 at Jawahar Ground in Bhavngar.

Prime Minister Modi recently in month of October inaugurated AIIMS in Bilaspur connecting affordable health care to remote locations. He also flagged off New Vande Bharat Express from Una to New Delhi, laid foundation stone of bulk drug park and inaugurated Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) in Una. PM Modi via this has stressed a priority that the Government accords to the state comparing it with previous Congress Governments where Centre paid no attention to the needs and aspirations of the citizens of Himachal Pradesh.

PM Modi today is also likely to make certain announcements that may revolve around Old Pension Scheme (OPS). A subject that is taking the centre stage of all the other issues in hill state and have impact on lakhs of government employees. BJP is also going to release its manifesto tomorrow promising more employment and big push to tourism.

BJP is eyeing to retain the hill state where it won 44 of the 68 seats in last assembly elections in 2017. With a trend of alternate government it will be interesting to see how and which way hill state votes as apart from bipolar fight always observed between Congress and BJP this time around it is AAP also who’s trying to enter the hilly roads.

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