After becoming Prime Minister for the third time, PM Modi will come to Kashi on June 18, interact with farmers.

PM Modi will come to Kashi on June 18

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again taken over the power of the country. After getting majority on June 4, NDA has formed the government in the country. On June 9, Sunday, 71 ministers including PM Modi took oath. Many new faces have also got a chance in this. The portfolios of all the ministers were also distributed on Monday. Now PM Modi will go to his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi. This will be PM Modi’s first visit to Varanasi after becoming the Prime Minister for the third time.

There was a lot of speculation about PM Modi’s visit to Varanasi, but now it has come to an end. The PM will reach his parliamentary constituency Kashi on a one-day visit on June 18. Here PM Modi will attend Kisan Sammelan and interact with farmers. After this he will have darshan of Baba Srikashi Vishwanath. In the evening they will participate in Ganga Aarti at Dasashwamedh Ghat. Let us tell you that this time the margin of victory of PM Modi in the general election was only around 1.5 lakh.

Preparations for the arrival of the PM have intensified

Earlier, PM Modi’s visit to Varanasi was fixed on June 11. SPG was also reached for this. But due to some reasons this tour was postponed on this day. BJP workers in Banaras have started preparations for PM Modi’s program. Outside the BJP district office, the commotion has intensified. Continuous instructions are being given regarding the PM’s program. Almost all preparations have been made for the arrival of the PM.

PM Modi will participate in the farmers convention

Leaders have been entrusted with the responsibility regarding farmers’ convention. It is believed that this farmers convention may be held in Rohnia or Sevapuri Assembly Constituency. Let us tell you that the margin of victory of PM Modi in both these assemblies was slightly less than that of Congress candidate Ajay Rai. There was a difference of 26 thousand in one area and 22 thousand in another area.


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