PM Modi starts Ayodhya visit with Ram Mandir darshan, kicks off grand roadshow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Ayodhya today, ahead of the Lok Sabha elections and before the completion of the government's term this January.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi undertook a visit to Ayodhya today as part of his campaign activities leading up to the Lok Sabha elections. His visit to Ayodhya marked a significant event as it followed his prayers at the Ram Jamabhoomi Mandir in Ram Janmabhoomi. This visit by PM Modi occurred for the first time after the Bhagwa (saffron) flag was hoisted, adding to the symbolic importance of the occasion.

During his visit, PM Modi participated in a 2-kilometer long roadshow, which was a prominent feature of the ongoing Lok Sabha election campaign. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath accompanied PM Modi during this roadshow. The Prime Minister and the Chief Minister spent approximately 15 minutes at the venue, engaging with the public and supporters.

Following the roadshow, PM Modi conducted another eventful roadshow, this time from Sugriva Temple to Ram Path, covering significant areas of Ayodhya. The updates and highlights of PM Modi's roadshow were widely anticipated and followed by the media and the public alike.

Earlier in the day, PM Modi addressed an election rally in Itawa, a stronghold of the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh. During his speech, PM Modi emphasised the enduring nature of the nation irrespective of who holds power, contrasting this with the campaign focus of opposition parties like the Congress and the Samajwadi Party, which, according to him, revolve around securing their political futures and ensuring the future well-being of their children.

Prime Minister Modi's schedule has been filled with such campaign engagements, including daily roadshows and election meetings across various regions of the country. His visit to Ayodhya on Sunday, May 5th, was yet another significant chapter in his election campaign leading up to the Lok Sabha elections.