On the second anniversary of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government, Prime Minister is scheduled to address a rally in Saharanpur district of Uttar Pradesh. In a nice gesture, a Muslim farmer offered his farming land for the rally of Narendra Modi. The man even reaped the crops before ripening so that Narendra Modi's rally can be conducted easily on the land.
On 26 May, Narendra Modi's rally will be conducted on Delhi Road of Saharanpur. Total 265 acre land will be used to construct temporary pandal and stage for the grand rally. Raees Ahmad, who cultivates sugar-cane on his agricultural land, offered 8 acre land for Modi's rally. Raees was offered compensation for the land, but he refused to accept and gave land free of cost to hold rally.
According to BJP MLA Rajeev Gumber, no agricultural land will be destroyed for holding rally of Narendra Modi. He also said that people of all caste and religion are coming forward and supporting the BJP for organising the grand event to mark the two years of Modi government. BJP is leaving no stone unturned to make the event grand success.
Haridwar city legislator Madan Kaushik and divisional president Pradeep Kalra held a meeting with BJP workers and asked them to ensure their maximum participation. Narendra Modi's rally is not only aimed at celebrating two years of BJP-government but also sending strong political message in Uttar Pradesh where Assembly polls are due early next year.