Modi, Fadnavis show of strength raises expectations of Nashikites
It never rains but it pours. So was the case with Maharashtra which experienced heavy rains and severe floods and sustained damages in crores in the prevailing monsoon season. At the conclusion of a state-wide Mahajanadesh yatra led by CM Devendra Fadnavis in key presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, the people of Maharashtra and Nashik are agogly seeking answers, possible solutions and relief measures from the rulers with high expectations.
PM Modi is a man full of surprises. All eyes will be on PM Modi’s big announcement for Maharashtra. Not to forget CM Fadnavis who has “adopted” Nashik for implementation of various welfare schemes. The formal announcement of Shiv Sena-BJP alliance is also likely to take place on the same day.
In the political circles of the city, political bigwigs are expecting that PM Modi may announce a big relief package for flood-hit Maharashtra and CM Fadnavis eyeing assembly election is likely to make popular announcements for Nashik besides formally announcing Sena-BJP alliance and its seat-sharing.
Ahead of state assembly elections, CM Devendra Fadnavis-led state-wide Mahajanadesh yatra is concluding in Nashik on Thursday in key presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The ruling BJP on the occasion will hold show of strength.
The Model Code of Conduct is very likely to come in force soon after the end of Mahajanadesh yatra. Sure of victory, the Bharatiya Janata Party has made full preparations for the upcoming state assembly election.
Meanwhile, the state-wide yatra is in the final stage and it is arriving in Nashik on Wednesday to proceed on the route from Pathardi Phata to Hutatma Anant Kanhere ground. A bike rally will also be taken out up to the endpoint of Panchavati Karanja. The yatra will conclude on Thursday with a huge rally to be addressed by PM Modi at Atal ground in Tapovan.
During the previous assembly election, PM Modi’s meeting had turned the political equations in BJP’s favour bagging all the three assembly seats in the city.