New Delhi: The excitement is palpable in north Delhi’s Rohini area where Narendra Modi will address his first public rallly after being named the party’s prime ministerial candidate. The rally will be held at a sprawling ground adjacent to the Japanese Park,.
“I stay away from political gatherings but I will be going tomorrow. I have heard Modi talking on television. He is such a good orator that I don’t mind hearing him live,” Manoj Vora, a resident, said.
The sprawling rally ground is abuzz with activity from the last 10 days. Party workers, policemen and others involved are working overtime to ready the venue. Ten entry points have been made to guide the crowd smoothly to the venue. Arrangements are in place to ferry people to the site from the nearest Metro station — Rohini West. An official confirmed that the Japanese Park will be open as usual for the Rohini residents.
Around 20 LED screens will be mounted all over the park for people sitting far from the stage while over 100 would be installed in market places and at various places in the city for Delhi residents who won’t be going to Rohini. IANS