Varanasi: Security heightened in the city ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit tomorrow; Earlier visuals from outside Banaras Hindu University.

#WATCH Madhya Pradesh BJP President Rakesh Singh says, "Bhagvaa kabhi aatankwad nahi hota, bhagva dhaaran karne wala kabhi aatankwadi nahi hota, aatankwad to pyaar, tapasya aur balidaan ka prateek hota hai..."

Himachal Pradesh BJP Chief, Satpal Singh Satti, in Mandi: Modi ji ki taraf agar koi ungli uthayega, hum log uski baaju kaat kar ke haath mein pakda denge.

Salman Khurshid of Congress at a public rally in Farrukhabad said, "Main ailan karta hun ki Modi se meri ladai mein jo mere saamne aayega aur mujhe rokne ki koshish karega woh gathbandhan ka naam le ya haathi ka naam le, main usko vaar karke chur-chur kardunga."

Addressing a public meeting in West Bengal's Ranaghat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said TMC chief Mamata Banerjee is using foreign actors and goons as her last resort to win elections.

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Wednesday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of being obsessed with her family, saying that 50 per cent of the BJP leaders' speeches were devoted to blaming her family but they never talked about what they did in last five years. She was addressing a public meeting in the Fatehpur Lok Sabha constituency.

The NIA court has rejected the plea seeking to bar Pragya Singh Thakur from contesting polls.

A hearing is underway on a petition seeking to bar Pragya Singh Thakur from contesting the Lok Sabha election. The BJP has fielded Thakur from Bhopal Lok Sabha seat. The petitioner's lawyer told the court that Thakur wasn't attending proceedings on health-ground but she was campaigning.

Congress Candidate from Mumbai North Urmila Matondkar meets locals during campaign in Dahisar area in Maharashtra. The Congress has fielded Matondkar from Mumbai North Lok Sabha constituencyin Mumbai.

BJP MP Udit Raj joins Congress party in presence of Congress President Rahul Gandhi.

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New Delhi, April 24: In the run up Lok Sabha Elections 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday will hold meetings in Jharkhand and West Bengal. In Jharkhand, the Prime Minister will hold public meetings in  Lohardaga and then head to West Bengal to hold two other public meetings. Meanwhile, Congress President Rahul Gandhi will hold public meetings in Uttar Pradesh. 'Narendra Modi Running Country Or Playing PUBG?' Asaduddin Owaisi Fires Fresh Salvo.

On Tuesday, a voter turnout of 66 per cent was recorded in the third phase as compared to 69.03 per cent in 2014 with some states such as Odisha and Goa recording lower turnouts and a few others like Bihar witnessing a higher participation. The polling percentage was quite low at 12.86 per cent in six assembly constituencies of Anantnag that went to the polls on Tuesday. The poll percentage was 39.37 per cent in 2014. Anantnag has a three-phase schedule.

The third phase election took place on 117 constituencies spread across 13 states and two union territories. During a press meet on Tuesday, Senior Deputy Election Commissioner Umesh Sinha said the polling percentage is expected to improve once the final figures come from states.