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PM Modi Likely To Stick With Varanasi, Say Sources Amid Buzz About Puri

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is probably going to challenge from Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, the parliamentary seat he held in the wake of winning two seats in the 2014 decision.

There has been the hypothesis that in the April-May national race, the Prime Minister may pick another sanctuary town, Puri, yet top gathering sources state he is probably going to stay with Varanasi.

PM Modi had, in a meeting to news office ANI, not affirmed or denied whether he would challenge from the Odisha electorate. “Media people additionally ought to get some work,” he had said.

The BJP parliamentary board is obviously unequivocally for a PM Modi reprise in Varanasi. It isn’t clear, be that as it may, regardless of whether he will challenge from a second seat and whether that seat will be Puri.

In 2014, PM Modi, 68, challenged from Varanasi just as Vadodara in his home state Gujarat. In the wake of winning both, he chose to hold the sacred city in Uttar Pradesh.

In Varanasi, he won with an enormous edge over his adversaries Arvind Kejriwal and Congress’ Ajay Rai.

The Puri theory confirms the BJP’s determination to improve its score in states like Bengal, Odisha and its neighbor Andhra Pradesh.

The BJP’s evaluation is that having PM Modi as a competitor shored up its count in Uttar Pradesh, where it won a stunning 71 of 80 situates in 2014. With ongoing dissatisfactions in UP (by-surveys) and other huge northern states Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh – the gathering lost both to the Congress – the BJP sees progressively potential in Odisha, Bengal and different states in the locale, state sources.

In both Bengal and Odisha, the BJP came next in key surveys.

BJP representative Sambit Patra is accepted to have focused on Puri. Sources state he and numerous different spokespersons are enthusiastic about challenging the surveys for an opportunity at moving on from TV studios to parliament.

The BJP’s focal race board of trustees meeting this week may conclude applicants and seats.

Varanasi will cast a ballot on May 19, in the last round of seven-stage surveys that begin on April 11. The outcomes will be pronounced on May 23.

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