Besides addressing rally, the Prime Minister will also dedicate three mega hydel projects to the nation from the same venue.
Unprecedented security arrangements have been made by the Mandi district administration.
The whole area has been divided into thirteen sanitized sectors and policemen with automatic weapons have been posted at several sensitive places.
As it happened:
#Projects costing Rs 34 crore three decades ago cost more than Rs 2000 crore now: PM
#Shanta Kumar ji is remembered as that 'paani wala CM', Dhumal ji as 'grameen sadak wale CM'. And we all know about this CM: PM
#LED projects is going to save Rs 350 cr for 10,000 families: PM
#BJP CMs in Himachal are known for their landmark work in water, roads but current CM is known for his selfish motives: PM
#Himachal Pradesh is a "devbhoomi" and a "veerbhoomi": PM
#One Rank One Pension was hanging for 40 yrs, and it is our govt which completed that work. Not only soldiers but their families bless me: PM
#I had spoken here about OROP when I came here to campaign. Today in this "veerbhumi", I can say that this right of yours have been given: PM
#Last time I was here I talked about One Rank, One Pension: PM
#I thank even those soldiers who have retired from Indian Army: PM
#The whole world is talking about our bravery of Indian Army: PM
#PM Modi congratulates Mandi for winning Swachhta award
#Just finishing up what Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji started: PM
#I salute Atal Bihari Vajpayee's vision of making Himachal energy powerhouse: PM
#I am glad I got the oppurtunity to inaugurate 3 hydel projects: PM
# Mandi's heart is as big as Himalaya: PM
# I am honoured to be at 'Chhoti Kashi' (Mandi): PM
#PM begins his rally address
#PM Narendra Modi inaugurates three power projects in Himachal Pradesh before Parivartan Rally
PM Narendra Modi arrives in Mandi (HP) pic.twitter.com/J8IsAcfPkp— ANI (@ANI_news) October 18, 2016
#PM Narendra Modi reaches Mandi for Parivartan Rally
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh also took stock of the security arrangements himself on Monday.
The Chief Minister visited the venues of the rally at Mandi and Nahan, along with state Health and Revenue Minister Kaul Singh Thakur, MP Ram Swaroop Sharma, DGP Sanjay Kumar, and senior officers of PMO and the district administration.
“We do not want to leave any stone unturned to give a warm welcome to the Prime Minister,” Singh told reporters.
On asked about the 2017 Assembly elections, he said Congress would repeat its success and form the next government in the state.
The Chief Minister had on Sunday said that Modi’s rally would have no impact on the poll prospects of BJP in the state.