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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a whirlwind campaign tour today, with a series of public rallies scheduled in Maharashtra and Telangana, showcasing the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) bid for the upcoming elections.

Starting off in Maharashtra, PM Modi’s schedule is packed with multiple rallies:

– At 11 a.m. in Madha, Solapur district.
– At 1 p.m. in Osmanabad.
– At 2:30 p.m. in Latur.
– And at 4:30 p.m. in Jahirabad, Sangareddy.

In Guwahati, Assam, Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah is set to address a press conference before heading to West Bengal for a public rally. The BJP’s presence is robust with Shah’s engagement scheduled for 10 a.m. at the State BJP Office in Guwahati.

Meanwhile, in West Bengal, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is slated to address three rallies including in Baharampur at 12:20 p.m., in Birbhum at 1:45 p.m., and Asansol at 3:10 p.m. in Asansol.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will address a public rally in Tikari, Badaun, in support of BJP candidate Gajendra Singh Patel at noon. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is set to address a rally in Bhind, Madhya Pradesh, continuing the party’s push in the state.

Lok Sabha Election Repolling In Manipur

The Election Commission has nullified the Lok Sabha elections conducted in six polling stations within the Outer Manipur Parliamentary constituency as fresh polling takes place today. On Friday, polling took place at 848 polling stations across the remaining 13 Assembly segments under the Outer Manipur Parliamentary seat. These segments were part of the second phase, while voting for the initial 15 Assembly segments occurred on April 19 along with the Inner Manipur Lok Sabha seat.

Manipur’s Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Pradeep Kumar Jha, referred to the Election Commission’s directive, urging voters to turn out in large numbers for the fresh polling in these six stations on Tuesday, IANS reported. Officials cited various disturbances during the previous polling on Friday as the reason behind the Election Commission’s decision to order fresh polling.

In the rest of the Outer Manipur Lok Sabha constituency, approximately 82 per cent of the around 4.85 lakh voters exercised their franchise on Friday. This constituency spans eight hilly districts, including Ukhrul, Kamjong, Tamenglong, Noney, Senapati, Jiribam, Pherzawl, and Tengnoupal.

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