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As the ‘D-Day’ of the first phase of Lok Sabha polls in Rajasthan is coming near, the Bharatiya Janata Party - which with each passing day is upping its campaigning momentum to ensure that its main rival - Congress - is devoid of any seats this time too, will now be carrying out yet another ‘political bombardment’ on its rivals as Union Home Minister Amit Shah will carry out a massive roadshow on Monday evening in the Walled City area of Jaipur.

The ‘Modern Chanakya’ will hold the roadshow for the first time in Jaipur covering a distance of 1.8 kilometers and taking a total time of 1 hour in which Adarsh Nagar, Kishanpole and Hawa Mahal Assembly seats will be covered, while travelling on a chariot-like vehicle from Sanganeri Gate at around 5:30 PM. During this time, Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma and BJP’s Jaipur Lok Sabha candidate Manju Sharma will accompany Shah on the chariot. About 1,100 kg of flowers to be showered as Shah’s roadshow passes the streets.

Through this roadshow, the complete focus will be on Hawa Mahal, Kishanpole and Adarsh Nagar Assembly seats. Last time in the Assembly elections, Bharatiya Janata Party had lost in Kishanpole and Adarsh Nagar assemblies while BJP won the Hawa Mahal assembly seat by just a few votes. In such a situation, Amit Shah wants a big lead on these 3 Assembly seats which are part of Jaipur Lok Sabha from this roadshow.

The BJP is trying to score a hat-trick of victory on the Jaipur seat. For this, the BJP has given its full strength here. In the 2019 general elections, BJP’s Ramcharan Bohra had won from Jaipur by 4,30,626 votes and this time too the BJP wants to win with a big margin of votes. The Walled City area of Jaipur has a good number of Brahmin voters and with CM Bhajan Lal having quickly developed a connection with the people of Jaipur at the grassroots, his presence with Amit Shah in the vehicle will only bolster Manju Sharma’s chances at scoring big on these 3 seats from which the roadshow will pass.

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