After the big shock of 8th November Demonetization of old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes, Now Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to gave the similar big announcement at Bhartiya Janata Party’s (BJP) rally on 2nd of January, 2017 in Lucknow poll-bound Uttar Pradesh. The expected announcement is related to the big policy change at Lucknow rally. Ahead of the mega event on January 2, the BJP is leaving no stone unturned to ensure attendance of a large number of people.
The political buss is that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make another jaw-dropping announcement to ease the demonetization. On November 8th, PM Modi urged people to bear the pain of demonetization move for at least 50 days to enjoy the long term gain in their life. Modi asked the public to brunt the currency ban until December 30th of 2016. According to the report ” Narendra Modi will offer a headline-grabbing policy move aimed at generating feel-good after the 50 days ‘trial’ period of demonetization of notes gets over on December 30th”.
BJP leaders said that they are working towards achieving the “record” attendance for the Lucknow event.
One BJP leader said the plan is to ensure attendance by most booth committee workers and ask them to bring small groups of people with them. BJP President Amit Shah has been holding booth-level meetings and the PM’s rally, another BJP leader said, will “build on that effort.
People are excited to know the big announcement from Prime Minister Narendra Modi which is going to be announced by him on 2nd of January, 2017 in Lucknow.
Rumors are there that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi will credit Rs 15 lakh in his all Jan Dhan accounts. The booth has chalked out in a big plan for campaign and Modi’s rally in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh. Booth committee workers of the BJP have been asked to bring the small group of people with them at Lucknow rally. The party has 1.38 lakh booth committees in UP. A huge amount of Rs 5 crores has been spent on this advertisement.
The Uttar Pradesh elections are crucial for the BJP. The saffron party is once again banking on Narendra Modi to lead its victory.