New Delhi: With only a few days left in the first phase of Bihar assembly elections, all political parties have intensified their campaign. Today there are big rallies of two national leaders in Bihar, where on one hand BJP's biggest star campaigner PM Modi is going to address three rallies, while former Congress President Rahul Gandhi will hold two public meetings in Hisua of Nawada and Kahalgaon in Bhagalpur.
JDU president Nitish Kumar is doing four-five rallies every day in Bihar elections and also doing digital rallies to reach more and more people. RJD leader Tejasvi Yadav has entered the electoral field in the opposition camp in the absence of his father Lalu Prasad. He is addressing votes of eight-nine rallies every day, seeking votes for his party and the Congress and other coalition parties.
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi will also campaign in the state on Friday. He will hold two public meetings at Hisua in Nawada and Kahalgaon in Bhagalpur. On giving information to the sources of Congress and RJD, it has been told that Tejasvi Yadav, the chief ministerial candidate from the Grand Alliance, will be present with Rahul Gandhi in Hisua. In Hisua, Congress candidate Neetu Singh is pitted against BJP's outgoing MLA Anil Singh.