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PM Modi Holds Mega Road Show In Ayodhya

Prime Minister Narendra Modi started the road show from Sugriv Fort after worshiping Lord Ramlala in Ayodhya on Sunday. 

After addressing the election public meetings of Etawah and Dhaurahra in Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister Modi reached Ayodhya airport in the evening from where he reached the temple of Lord Shri Ram by road.

PM Modi started the road show in support of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate and MP from Ayodhya Lallu Singh by riding on an open vehicle (chariot) decorated with flowers and banners and along with him on the vehicle were state Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Lallu Singh. 

PM Modi rode the chariot from Sugriv Fort near the main gate of Ram Janmabhoomi temple.

People were waiting for a long time on both sides of the Ram Path to greet and welcome the Prime Minister. During this period, extensive arrangements have been made for their security. 

A BJP leader said that 75 blocks have been made for PM Modi's road show in a distance of about two kilometers from Sugriva Fort to Lata Mangeshkar Chowk, where people from every section are present to welcome the Prime Minister.

Before this, PM Modi worshiped Lord Shri Ramlala in the Ram temple and lay down completely and sought blessings. 

PM Modi stayed in the temple for about 15 minutes and during this time he also performed puja and aarti while chanting mantras.

As soon as PM Modi's chariot moved forward for the road show, the atmosphere echoed with slogans. The crowd gathered and showered flowers on PM Modi amid slogans like 'Jai Shri Ram', 'Har Har Modi-Ghar Ghar Modi', 'Phir Se Modi Sarkar-Abki bar Chaar Sau Paar'.

Cultural programs were organized at various places to welcome him. Child artistes gave their presentation. Sadhus and saints also looked excited standing on the roadside to welcome PM Modi. 

Children, elders and women were also present to welcome PM Modi. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, Lord Shri Ramlala was consecrated in Ayodhya on 22 January this year.