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Modi to Visit Kerala for 2 day visit

On April 24, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will fly to Kerala for a two-day visit. During his stay, he will take part in a number of events, including the setting off of the eagerly anticipated Vande Bharat Express train in Thiruvananthapuram.

The BJP state unit uploaded a banner on Facebook announcing the PM’s arrival, stating that the “world leader” was coming to Kerala and that tens of thousands of people will participate in a spectacular road show in Kochi on April 24. The BJP state unit is making all plans to extend the PM a warm greeting.

The allocation of Vande Bharat to Kerala was referred to by the BJP as the PM’s “Vishu kaineettam” (Vishu gift), and they said that it was a historic moment that Kerala had been waiting for.

Sources claimed that Modi is also expected to ride in the new train with a group of schoolchildren and engage in conversation with them. The party’s propaganda machine is working overtime to maximise exposure for the allocation of the train to the state as the general elections are only over a year away. The BJP leaders argued that while the Pinarayi Vijayan administration sought to advance development by evicting thousands of people, the Modi government was accomplishing it without giving any problem to anybody. They compared Vande Bharat to the state government’s cancelled Silverline project.

In the midst of the Saffron, party’s extensive outreach effort for minorities, which has reportedly received encouraging feedback from several priests of various Christian religions, Modi is also travelling to the southern state.

In an effort to reach out to minorities prior to of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, party leaders recently visited Christian families and had breakfast conversations with several local priests.

The party hopes that Modi’s presence would give their current campaign a boost and launch advertising for the general election in 2024.

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