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Narendra Modi Rally In Chandigarh On March 29, 2014

On March 29, 2014, Narendra Modi addressed a rally in Chandigarh to support the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidates in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The rally was held at Sector 34 and was attended by an estimated 20,000 people. In his speech, Modi criticized the then-ruling Congress party and accused it of corruption and misgovernance. He also promised to bring about economic development and create jobs if the BJP was elected to power. The rally was seen as a boost for the BJP’s campaign in Chandigarh, and the party went on to win all three Lok Sabha seats in the city.

According to a report in the Indian Express, Modi’s speech was “electrifying” and “charged the crowd with enthusiasm”. The report also said that Modi’s focus on development and jobs resonated with the people of Chandigarh.

A report in the Times of India said that the rally was “a show of strength” by the BJP and that it had “raised the party’s hopes of doing well in the upcoming elections”. The report also said that Modi’s speech was “well-received” by the crowd.

However, the rally was also marred by some violence. A group of protesters clashed with police, and several people were injured. The violence was condemned by both the BJP and the Congress party.

Overall, the Narendra Modi rally in Chandigarh on March 29, 2014, was a significant event in Indian politics. The rally helped boost the BJP’s chances of winning the Lok Sabha elections but was also marred by violence.

About Rally

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Narendra Modi, Sushma Swaraj, BJP president Rajnath Singh will address the city crowd on March 29 to support party candidate Kirron Kher. The venue will be sector 34 ground, and the time is from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

BJP Chandigarh president Sanjay Tandon today said,”His (Modi’s) visit to the city will ensure victory of Kirron Kher from Chandigarh.”

BJP Chandigarh Unit is making a big arrangement o welcome the leader. It is expected that more than 1 lacs people will attend the rally. The Chandigarh police have already tightened the security arrangement in the city. Since the rally is in the middle of the city, the ordinary public may face traffic problems while returning from offices.

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