The assembly elections in Delhi have been set. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will convene the BJP's election campaign on Sunday through a thanksgiving rally at Ramlila Maidan. The state BJP has completed preparations for this.


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With an 8-foot-high and 80-foot-tall platform, the Prime Minister is going to address a crowd of thousands for the Delhi Election. State BJP 11.5 lakh letters of thanks will also be handed over to them at the Thanksgiving rally on authorizing unauthorized colonies.

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According to sources, for the first time in Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is holding a non-election rally. BJP leaders are excited about the rally happening just before the election. The leaders said that the BJP will jump into the election field from Sunday on the line found after Modi's speech & that will impact on the Vidhan Sabha election result.

They will know what stand to keep in the forthcoming elections on the issue of citizenship amendment law, Ram temple, colonies being authorized. It is speculated that in the rally, the Prime Minister will speak on the ruckus happening on the Citizenship Amendment Act, but the main focus on the upcoming Vidhan Sabha & election result.

30 leaders will get a place on the stage: An 80-foot tall platform has been prepared for the thanksgiving rally. In addition to the Prime Minister, a total of 30 people, including the Union Minister, Election Incharge of Delhi, State In-Charge, Ex-Chairman, MP, all 3 mayors will sit. There will be strong security. The rally site will be monitored with 200 CCTV cameras. 

2 more LEDs have been installed near the stage and 2 across the rally venue. BJP Scheduled Caste Morcha President Mohan Lal Gihara said that the people of the unauthorized colonies would hand over a large plank of 'Thank you, Modi Ji, you have given ownership of the house' to the Prime Minister and he would be thanked. This marathon run started by PM after monitoring the election result 2019.