Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a rally in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday.
The holy town has been central to the BJP and its Hindutva affiliates' agitation for a Ram temple at what many believe to be the birthplace of Lord Ram. The BJP leaders said the rally will be part of Modi's campaign for the Lok Sabha election.
Ayodhya falls under Uttar Pradesh's Faizabad Lok Sabha constituency, which goes to polls in the fifth phase on May 6.
The PM had last visited Ayodhya on May 5, 2014 to address a public meeting in the run-up to the 2014 Lok Sabha elections as the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate.
PM Modi will also address a poll rally on Wednesday at Itarsi town in Madhya Pradesh which is part of the Hoshangabad Lok Sabha seat.
PM Modi will address the rally at around 3 pm, Madhya Pradesh BJP media in charge Lokendra Parashar said Tuesday.
The BJP has fielded sitting MP Rao Uday Pratap Singh from Hoshangabad while Congress is banking on senior party leader Shailendra Diwan to wrest the seat.
Hoshangabad will go to polls on May 6.