Prime Minister Narendra Modi is heading towards a punishment calendar in the next 40 days. As the lead advocate of his party, the prime minister will lead the election campaign of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Gujarat, where a victory is crucial, and Himachal Pradesh. It should address dozens of public rallies in both states, but it should also attend parliament during the winter session, which is scheduled to begin on November 13 and end on December 11.
In the midst of a tight schedule, the Prime Minister should also find time to meet visiting foreign dignitaries and attend the East Asia Summit in the Philippines. While much of his time is likely to be spent in Gujarat in November and December, a senior official closely involved in the BJP’s electoral preparations in the state rejected reports that he could face 50 Modi rallies in his home country.
Gujarat is scheduled for the two-phase survey: 9 and 14 December. Himachal Pradesh votes on November 9. The PM has scheduled between five and six meetings in Himachal Pradesh on November 2, 4 and 5. planned to interact with the media at the annual Diwali meeting of the BJP in the capital. He is scheduled to speak at a public rally at the Bidar in Karnataka on Sunday.
On Monday, the prime minister will be in New Delhi to attend delegation-level talks with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni. Italy is not only one of India’s biggest trading partners in the European Union, but the last visit of an Italian prime minister to India dates back to February 2007. The prime minister should also find time to meet. King Philip and Queen Mathilde, who will make a state visit to India from November 5 to 11.
Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will make a two-day visit to India on November 8 and 9. They must meet with the Prime Minister on November 8. The PM should also go east. Asia Summit in the Philippines on November 13 and 14. In addition, the prime minister should attend important government events.
On November 3, the “World Food India” will be inaugurated, which will be attended by the main ministers of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, and the leaders of the main agricultural companies. The electoral campaign of the Gujarat Assembly would see the head of the PM and the BJP, Amit Shah, launch a blitzkrieg of public meetings in his country from the second week of November.
The leaders of the BJP responsible for the preparation of the polls said that the dates and places of the public meetings of the prime minister in the State were still in progress and that they would not risk guessing the number of meetings that the prime minister could answer. The general secretary of the BJP and Gujarat leader Bhupender Yadav are already stationed in the state, and most senior officials and union ministers have been invited to intervene. The leader of the Shah party would be mainly in the workers of Gujarat.
The party approached its workers in each of the 50,128 polling stations in the state. The party is also preparing to counter the opposition’s efforts to celebrate the anniversary of demonetization on November 8, calling it a “black day” by calling it a “day of anti-black money”. Starting in mid-November, Modi and Shah will face the challenge of finding time for the Gujarat campaign and the Parliament’s winter session. Shah was chosen for Rajya Sabha in August and this will be his first full session. The winter session should be stormy. It also coincides with the protests of the unions and peasant organizations.