Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a gathering in Varanasi, lashed out at Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism against India. The PM also reiterated his "India First" policy.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi performs Ganga aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat in Varanasi.

PM Modi’s roadshow Varanasi ends, Ganga Aarti to begin shorty at Dashashwamedh Ghat.

PM Narendra Modi reaches Dashashwamedh Ghat in Varanasi after 10-km road show. He will perform Sandhya Aarti here shortly.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds a roadshow in Varanasi ahead of filing nomination for Lok Sabha Elections 2019.

PM Modi arrives in Varanasi's BHU campus, garlands statue of Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. After this, he started his 10-km road show.

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Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Nazar Singh Manshahia joins Congress in presence of Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh.

Congress announced three candidates for by-elections to the Legislative Assembly in West Bengal. Alhaj Muzaffar Hussain, Rejina Murmu and Khwaja Ahmed Hussain have been fielded from Islampur, Habilpur and Bhatpara respectively.

District Electoral Officer, Mandi has issued a notice to Himachal Pradesh BJP Chief, Satpal Singh Satti over his comment 'will chop off hands of those who point fingers at Modi Ji.

BJP's Kirron Kher files nomination from Chandigarh constituency. RJD candidate Misa Bharti files nomination from Pataliputra constituency in Bihar.

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New Delhi, April 25: In the run up to Lok Sabha Elections 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday will visit Uttar Pradesh and Bihar to hold meetings and attend public gatherings. Meanwhile, Congress President Rahul Gandhi will hold public meetings in several parts of Rajasthan including Kota and Ajmer. According to the latest finding of the CVOTER-IANS tracker,  Narendra Modi continues to be the first choice of the voters to become Prime Minister staying ahead of his distant rival Rahul Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi Says Congress Ready For Alliance With AAP in Delhi Till Last Second, Arvind Kejriwal Retorts. 

A tracking survey conducted on April 20 showed that Modi was way ahead of Rahul Gandhi by around 35 percentage points as the people's first choice for becoming the Prime Minister. Reports inform that Modi has been a clear choice for the Prime Minister well before the poll process began and continued to retain his unchallenged position even till the third round of polling.

According to a report by IANS, when the respondents were asked who is the most suitable candidate to become the Prime Minister in a sample size of 11,838, a 56.43 per cent respondents said Narendra Modi. Rahul Gandhi was a distant second with 22 per cent votes.