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Apr 12, 2019
12:27PM

Campaigning for remaining six phases of Lok Sabha polls gains momentum

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After the completion of first phase of Lok Sabha elections, campaigning for remaining phases has gained momentum. Senior leaders of various political parties are addressing rallies across the country in their bid to woo the voters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address three rallies at Ahmednagar in Maharashtra, Gangavathi in Karnataka and Kozhikode in Kerala today. Congress President Rahul Gandhi is also scheduled to address three rallies in Tamil Nadu. 

BJP National president Amit Shah is going to Kenosha in Odisha today for election campaigning. He will address a public meeting there. Anant Nayak is contesting from Keonjhar Lok Sabha constituency as a BJP candidate. 

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