Campaigning is in full swing for the seventh and last phase of Lok Sabha Elections. 59 seats spread over 7 states and one Union Territory will go to polls in this phase on Sunday.
Voting in this phase will take place for 13 seats each in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, 9 seats in West Bengal, 8 seats each in Bihar and Madhya Pradesh, for all the seats in Himachal Pradesh, 3 in Jharkhand and the lone seat of Chandigarh.
Star campaigners of various political parties are holding multiple rallies in different parts of the country to woo voters.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed election rally in Ghosi Parliamentary constituency in Mau in Uttar Pradesh. Slamming the Mahagathabandhan leaders, he said that, sensing imminent defeat in Lok Sabha polls, these parties have intensified the use of abusive language against him.
PM Modi’s next stop was Chandauli in UP where he addressed a rally. He slammed opposition leaders, saying those with few seats are dreaming of becoming Prime Minister, but the country is saying-phir ek baar Modi sarkar.
Prime Minister also addressed a rally in Mirzapur where he slammed Mahagatbandhan.
Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav and BSP chief Mayawati held a joint rally in Varanasi and campaigned for the last phase of the Lok Sabha elections. Addressing public meeting Mayawati slammed Congress for its failure to work for poor and downtrodden.
While addressing the rally, SP Chief Akhilesh Yadav expressed confidence that his gathbandhan will win over BJP in Uttar Pradesh.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi addressed public rally in Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh in favour of party candidate RPN Singh. While addressing the rally he said that Congress will fill the vacancy of 22 lakh jobs lying vacant in the Central govt in one year.
He is also scheduled to hold a road show in Patna Sahib Constituency, in favour of party candidate Shatrughan Sinha.
BJP president Amit Shah addressed a public meeting at Sikandarpur in Ballia, Uttar Pradesh. The BJP president slammed the previous UPA government for going soft on terror.