Ghazipur/Varanasi: Even after threats by the Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Party (SBSP) President Om Prakash Rajbhar  and Apna Dal (Sonelal) President and Union Minister of State for Health Anupriya Patel to boycott the functions, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting his parliamentary constituency and the adjoining Ghazipur on Saturday.

In Varanasi, the PM will inaugurate and lay foundation for several projects. After that he would be visiting Ghazipur where the PM will address a public meeting of the Rajbhars at the ITI ground.

BJP sources here on Sunday said that during his programme in Varanasi, the PM will dedicate 2 STP, water treatment plants in Sarnath and Mahatma cancer institute in BHU, along with other projects on the day. The PM is also to visit the places, where the Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas would be held from January 21, to review the arrangements.

 Mr Modi came to Varanasi last on November 12, when he addressed a public meeting in Wazidpur, and also inaugurated several projects.

 State Minister Anil Rajbhar, who is in charge of the Ghazipur rally, said that the rally named on Maharaja Suheldeo would be attended by more than 5 lakh people of the adjoining districts. The PM will also issue a commemorative postal stamp on backward caste Maharaja Suheldev Rajbhar and lay the foundation stone for infrastructure projects in Ghazipur.

Meanwhile, state cabinet minister and the SBSP president has announced not to attend PM's rally in Ghazipur.The SBSP chief said his party is preparing to contest the Lok Sabha polls on its own in UP.


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