In a vibrant display of political enthusiasm, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to the streets of Rajasthan’s Bikaner on the evening of November 20 for a 4.5-kilometer road show, rallying support for BJP candidates ahead of the November 25 assembly polls.
Accompanied by Union Minister and Bikaner MP Arjun Ram Meghwal, Modi traversed the city in an open jeep, warmly greeted by the assembled crowd on both sides of the road.
The road show, commencing from Junagadh and concluding at the Gokul Circle, showcased the Prime Minister’s connection with the people as he waved and interacted with well-wishers along the route.
The event was not only a political spectacle but also a cultural celebration, featuring traditional performances such as the Kalbelia dance at seven different locations, captivating the gathered audience.
Covering the constituencies of Bikaner East and Bikaner West, the road show passed through significant landmarks including Junagadh, Sardul Singh Circle, and the City Palace Hotel area. The route was carefully planned to maximize visibility and engagement with the local population.
Stringent security measures were implemented to ensure the safety of the participants and the Prime Minister. This event marked the beginning of Modi’s campaign efforts in Rajasthan, with another road show scheduled in Jaipur on the following evening.
The Jaipur road show is set to start from Sanganeri Gate, weaving through prominent areas like Bapu Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar, Kishanpole Bazaar, Chhoti Chaupad, Tripolia Bazaar, Badi Chaupad, and Johri Bazaar before concluding at the Sanganeri Gate.
As the political landscape in Rajasthan heats up in the lead-up to the assembly polls, Narendra Modi’s dynamic road shows serve not only as a demonstration of party strength but also as a platform for direct interaction with the electorate.
The cultural infusion in these events adds a unique touch, showcasing the diverse and vibrant essence of the regions visited. The upcoming road show in Jaipur promises to be another spectacle, setting the stage for the BJP in the electoral battleground of Rajasthan.