Kendrapara: Prime Minister and BJP leader Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Odisha’s Kendrapara on April 27 as a part of his election campaigning.
He will address a public meeting at Barua in Kendrapara block on the day, party sources said.
Modi will also visit Sambalpur and Bhubaneswar tomorrow to address two election rallies. He will hold a roadshow in the temple city from the Biju Patnaik International Airport (BPIA) here to Baramunda Ground, the meeting venue, via Siripur Square.
The Prime Minister is expected to reach Bhubaneswar Airport at 4.30 pm after addressing the rally at Sambalpur.
Worth mentioning, both Bhubaneswar and Sambalpur parliamentary constituencies will go to polls on April 23, while elections for the Kendrapara parliamentary constituency will be held on April 29.
During his recent visits to Odisha, Modi had slammed the BJD-led Odisha Government alleging that it failed to bring rapid development in the state. He had also urged Odisha people to vote in favour of BJP’s MP and MLA candidates for making party’s ‘double engine’ mission (formation of BJP government at Centre and Odisha) successful.