Patna | Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at Bihar on a two-day visit to the state to campaign for BJP led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidates for the upcoming assembly polls in Bihar.
Immediately after landing at the Jay Prakash International Airport here, the Prime Minister left for campaigning in a number of constituencies spread over Munger, Samastipur, Begusarai and Nawada
districts slated to go to the polls in the first phase on October 12.
The Prime Minister’s itinerary had to be changed due to threat perception in the wake of arrest of several Indian Mujahideen operatives in Darbhanga district recently.
Earlier, Mr Modi was scheduled to land at the Indian Air Force base in Darbhanga which was to be the landing and take off point. After campaigning, the Prime Minister will come back to state capital for an overnight stay in Rajbhavan and resume his election meetings before flying back to Delhi tomorrow.
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