The rallies will take place a day after the BJP released its manifesto for the general election, which began in Assam and Tripura on Monday.

Modi will address poll rallies in Maharashtra’s Latur and Sangli on Wednesday.

On Monday, Modi’s 3D rallies in 100 cities, including nine locations in Delhi, were cancelled due to technical issues.

Over 83 percent of the electorate cast their votes peacefully in the Tripura West Lok Sabha constituency, while an estimated 72 percent voters turned up to exercise their franchise in five seats in Assam on Monday in the first phase polling.

In the second and third phase on April 9 and 10, a total of 93 constituencies spread across 18 states will go to polls.

On April 9, seven constituencies in five states and on April 10, 86 constituencies in 13 states–including Delhi which has seven seats–will elect members to the Lok Sabha.

BJP’s prime ministerial candidate is contesting from Varanasi and Vadodara Lok Sabha seats, which will go to polls on April 30 and May 12 respectively.


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