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PM Modi will fill up the hunkar in Himachal today, will hold a mega rally in Kangra-Hamirpur, Kharge will also have two rallies

Himachal Assembly Elections 2022: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a visit to Himachal Pradesh today on 9 November. In the last phase of campaigning for the upcoming assembly elections, PM Modi will address two public meetings today. The first public meeting will be held in Kangra at 11 am and the second at Sujanpur in Hamirpur district at 12.30 pm. This rally is being considered very important in view of the elections. At the same time, Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge will also hold election public meetings in Shimla and Nalagarh in Solan today.

The election campaign in Himachal Pradesh will end on the evening of November 10. After this, public meetings and other campaigns will stop. There will be only door-to-door publicity. In view of this, today both PM Modi and Mallikarjun Kharge will address the people here on behalf of BJP and Congress. Within a month and a half, PM Modi will address the people of Himachal Pradesh for the fifth time.

Earlier on September 24, PM Modi addressed the people of Mandi through a virtual rally. He had to go to Mandi but due to rain, the program was changed to virtual medium. After this, on October 5, the PM held rallies in Bilaspur and Kullu. On 13 October, PM Modi addressed the public in Una and Chamba and on 5 November also he addressed two rallies in the state.

Rally also held in Sundernagar and Solan


Even before the announcement of the election dates, PM Modi was continuously visiting Himachal. Even after the announcement of the dates, his tour continues. Earlier on November 5 also, PM had addressed election rallies at two places. Earlier on the same day, he addressed a public meeting in Sundernagar in Mandi district and then in Solan. BJP is continuously working to reach the people of Himachal Pradesh.

When are the elections in Himachal

Voting for the Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections will be held on 12 November and counting of votes will take place on 8 December. With the results of Himachal elections, the results of Gujarat assembly elections will come. The main contest of BJP in the state is with the Congress. The state has seen a change of power every five years for the last three and a half decades.

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