Patna, Oct. 26: The state BJP has ensured that no one misses out on Narendra Modiís hunkar (roar) from the Gandhi Maidan tomorrow.
It has issued a number, 022-45014501, which residents can call to listen to Modiís speech. The number is not toll-free and normal tariff would apply.
The party has pulled out all stops to ensure Sundayís Hunkar Rally becomes the mother of all rallies.
The preparation is in its final stages. On Saturday, LED screens were being installed and checked at the historic venue.
Dharmendra Pradhan, the Bihar BJP in-charge, who was in Patna to oversee preparations for the rally, said: ďThe Hunkar Rally will be an unprecedented event and it will pave the way to bring in political change not only in the nation but also the state.Ē
The state unit has distributed invitation cards to more than 3 crore people across the state through a door-to-door campaign.
At least 10 lakh water pouches have been arranged for the convenience of the people who come to listen to Modi, the BJPís prime ministerial candidate.
The party has also set up 150 water taps and as many urinals at the venue.
Modi will reach Patna in a chartered aircraft around 12 noon on Sunday and reach the rally venue via Bailey Road and Fraser Road.
Replicas of the Red Fort will greet the carcade of the Gujarat chief minister on the way to the venue. He will be taken in a bulletproof SUV brought from Gujarat.
Senior party leader Arun Jaitley and BJP national president Rajnath Singh will reach Patna by Saturday night.
They would be among the 60 senior leaders who would sit on the steel stage at the ground with Modi.
New Delhi-based Lalit Gattaniís Showcraft has constructed the 10ft high steel-frame stage beside the permanent stage from which the BJPís star campaigner will address Sundayís rally.
Against the backdrop of the steel stage would be a huge LED screen that will play slides of 13 historical sites and 23 great personalities, including hero of the 1857 revolt Veer Kuer Singh, Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan and Biharís first chief minister Shri Krishna Singh.
On the cement stage, around 175 leaders, including MLAs, MLCs and state executive members, will take seat.