Pune: “The central government has given many things to Pune in the last 10 years, and in the coming years, the central government will continue its support for the development of Pune. The Prime Minister is coming to Pune today. Therefore, Punekars are very excited to see and listen to Modiji,” said Mahayuti’s official candidate for Pune Lok Sabha constituency, Murlidhar Mohol.

Today, Prime Minister Modi will take a public meeting in Pune to campaign for the candidates for the Baramati, Shirur, Maval, and Pune Lok Sabha seats in the Pune district. This grand meeting has been organised at the Race Course Ground in Pune.

While speaking about Modiji’s public meeting, Mohol said, “The central government has given a lot to Pune in the last 10 years. I believe that the central government will continue its development push in Pune in the coming years as well. It is a good thing for the people of Pune that Modi has a meeting in Pune today. Pune residents will get to see and hear him. Punekar is excited for all this.” Muralidhar Mohol has claimed that the best and biggest meeting of Modiji will be held today.

On the background of Modi’s meeting at the Race Course Ground in Pune, the important leaders and activists of Mahayuti in all four constituencies are instructed to present along with their activists in large numbers. Mohol has said that around two lakh people are expected to attend Modi’s meeting.

He said that the residents would be properly taken care of and would not face any problems while attending the rally. Apart from this, traffic, transportation, and parking arrangements have also been made properly. Citizens are prohibited from carrying water bottles and wearing black clothes. The arrangement of water has been made at the venue of the meeting.

The BJP has made good preparations for the meeting. Various instructions have been given to each office-bearer. Moreover, the Digvijay Yoddha turban has been prepared by the BJP for Modi. Narendra Modi will be felicitated before the meeting. At this time, this turban will be presented to Modi.

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