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PM Modi’s rally in Ferozepur: Amid rising coronavirus cases, 300 buses to ferry BJP workers from Ludhiana

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Ludhiana, January 4

For the Ferozepur rally of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Bharatiya Janata Party has given responsibilities to the booth-level workers. On January 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Ferozepur district of Punjab.

BJP chief in Ludhiana, Pushpender Singhal held a meeting with the state in-charge Dushyant Gautam, other party officials and workers at the district level.

According to the reports, the state in charge has given a target to take 300 buses and 15,000 workers from Ludhiana to the rally in Ferozepur.

Other than 300 buses, it is reported that over 250 cars from Ludhiana district will also visit Ferozepur.

PM Narendra Modi in Punjab

To lay the foundation stone of different development projects, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Punjab on Wednesday, January 5. The reports suggest that projects worth more than Rs. 42,750.

These projects include the Delhi-Amritsar-Katra Expressway, PGI satellite centre at Ferozepur, Mukerian-Talwara New Broad Gauge Railway Line, and medical colleges at Kapurthala and Hoshiarpur.

Amid the continuous surge in coronavirus cases in Punjab, thousands of people are expected to visit Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally on Wednesday.

The state government has also issued various guidelines including night curfew and closure of schools and colleges till January 15. However, in the guidelines issued, nothing has been announced related to political gatherings and rallies.

On Monday, January 3, 419 new coronavirus cases have been reported in Punjab. An exponential surge has been witnessed in the covid numbers of the state within a week.

Also read: Without any word on political rallies, Punjab government issues strict guidelines

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