Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposed election rally at Nashik in Maharashtra was cancelled at the last minute today due to a severe storm in the area.
The PM was expected to travel to Nashik by air from Gondia, his third rally stop in Maharashtra, but could not do so due to the inclement weather.
“The prime minister’s scheduled election tour programme at Nashik this evening has been postponed due to a severe storm,” said BJP’s Maharashtra affairs in-charge Rajiv Pratap Rudy.
The first three of the prime minister’s Maharashtra rallies today were at Tasgaon in Sangli district, Kalamba in Kolhapur and in Gondia. He was slated to address the Nashik rally at 8:35 PM.
Maharashtra goes to polls on October 15. PM’s Modi party, the BJP, intends to cover all 288 constituencies – a part of its massive campaign plan.