On Monday, the city was in chaos with speculations whether BJP candidate Narendra Modi would visit his constituency or not on polling day.

Local BJP leaders said that the election management committee of Modi was certain that he might visit the city between 12 noon and 2pm. But no party leader was ready to disclose the plan because they had pressure from party high command as well as Modi’s main poll managers.

But after three hours after polling in Varanasi, BJP felt that Muslims votes were getting divided in favour of the two other candidates. The poll managers held a meeting and consulted almost all senior leaders in Lucknow and Delhi. Party sources said that at 10.30am, a report was sent to party high command that if Modi would reach here, the polarization of Muslim votes can be in favour of one candidate which would be not good for the party.

It was confirmed lated  that Modi would not visit Varanas and rather chose to interact with reporters in Gandhinagar and appreciated the amazing turnout in Varanasi despite scorching heat.

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