On Sunday, it was said by the party sources that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to visit Odisha twice in the first week of April for the simultaneous Lok Sabha and Assembly elections in the state.
Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram stated that the Prime Minister will be addressing a rally at Bhawanipatna which is the district headquarters of Kalahandi in western Odisha on April 2 and on April 6, he will be again addressing an election meeting in Sundargarh.
On March 29, the BJP has started its election campaign in the state from Jeypore town in Koraput district and within ten days PM Modi is addressing his third poll meeting in Sundargarh.
It is likely to say that the back-to-back visit of PM Modi will go a long way to bring a wave in favor of BJP in the Odisha, said Oram. It is also suggested that the Center will be highlighting several developments and welfare schemes.
The voting processKalahandi will be held on April 11as the first phase while in Sundargarh parliamentary constituency is scheduled to be held in the second phase on April 18. BJP has set a target to win at least 120 of the 147 assembly seats in Odisha.
Party president Amit Shah will also be visiting the state on Monday and he is scheduled to hold two meetings in Gajapati district and Umarkote in Nabarangpur district, said party sources.

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