PM’s Kerala visit preponed; Modi to arrive in Kochi on April 24

1 min read
Read later

Narendra Modi | Photo: ANI

Kochi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Kerala, which was earlier scheduled for April 25, has been preponed to April 24 on account of the leader’s assembly poll campaigns in Karnataka.

As part of the visit ahead of the 2024 general elections, Modi will take part in a rally in Kochi and interact with youths at ‘Yuvam’, a youth conference organised by Vibrant Youth for Modifying Kerala (VYMK) at Sacred Heart College grounds. According to reports, veteran Congress leader AK Antony’s son, Anil K Antony, who had recently joined the BJP, is likely to share the stage with the prime minister.

Meanwhile, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has decided to organise a massive youth rally in Thiruvananthapuram under the banner of the party or Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI), with the attendance of senior leaders, including Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. The rally is likely to be held on April 23 or 24.

While the youth conference in Kochi is not explicitly a BJP event, it is seen to have political purposes.

Add Comment
Related Topics

Get daily updates from

Disclaimer: Kindly avoid objectionable, derogatory, unlawful and lewd comments, while responding to reports. Such comments are punishable under cyber laws. Please keep away from personal attacks. The opinions expressed here are the personal opinions of readers and not that of Mathrubhumi.


1 min

Low pressure in Bay of Bengal: Chance of heavy rain

Sep 25, 2023

parassala sharon death

1 min

Kerala HC grants bail to Sharon Raj murder accused Greeshma

Sep 25, 2023


1 min

Narrow escape for Kottayam girl as bullet pierces window amid police training session

Sep 24, 2023