Campaigning for upcoming assembly elections continues in Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Rajasthan and Telangana.
Leaders of various political parties are making whirlwind tours in different constituencies to win the voters.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday addressed an election rally at Lunglei in Mizoram today.
Speaking at the public gathering, the Prime Minister said, the BJP, if voted to power, will work for inclusive development and corruption-free governance in Mizoram.
He said, the Congress Government works for divide and rule.
He said, BJP is dedicated to the development of the northeast region by improving connectivity through highways, railways, airways and waterways.
Later in the afternoon, Prime Minister interacted with intellectuals and civil societies. Our correspondent has more details
In Madhya Pradesh, BJP President Amit Shah and Congress President Rahul Gandhi held rallies and road shows in different parts of the state. Mr Shah addressed rallies in Chhindwada, Sivni and Balaghat districts. He accused the Congress of misgovernance for 55 years in the state.
Addressing a gathering in Vidisha district, Congress President said, within 10 days of coming to power, the Congress government will waive loans of each and every farmer. He also addressed rallies in Raisen and Shore districts.
Several senior BJP leaders including Nirmala Sitaraman, Rajnath Singh and Shahnawaz Hussain also attended rallies. BSP Chief Mayawati and Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav also campaigned in the state in support of their party candidates.
Our Correspondent reports, the Q-less Mobile App has been prepared by the Chief Electoral Officer in the state to provide voting facilities without queues during assembly polls.
The 40-member Mizoram Assembly and 230-member Madhya Pradesh Assembly will go to polls in a single phase on the 28th of this month.
In Rajasthan, poll campaigning is now gaining momentum. Our Jaipur correspondent has filed this report:
In Telangana, Chief Election Commissioner OP Rawat expressed satisfaction over the level of poll preparedness in the state.
A high-level election commission team was on a two-day visit to review poll preparations in the state.
Addressing a press conference in Hyderabad, after concluding the visit, Mr Rawat said, the Commission directed the State Election Machinery to ensure effective monitoring and vigilance at all levels to address the concerns of the political parties.
The Election Commission assured political parties that an effective mechanism will be put in place to ensure smooth conduct of entire poll process in a free, fair and inclusive manner.
The team also met the state authorities and the nodal officers of various departments like Income tax and commercial tax.
Rajasthan and Telangana will go to polls on 7th of next month in a single phase.
Counting of votes in all poll-bound states will take place on 11th of next month.