Third phase of NCP's 'halla bol' campaign to begin from Feb 15
Mumbai: The Nationalist Congress Party will organise 21 public meetings over seven days in northern Maharashtra as part of the third phase of its "halla bol" campaign against the state government.
The final rally in Nashik would be addressed by party chief Sharad Pawar on March 10. NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik said the third phase of the campaign would begin from Srigonda on February 15, adding that it would cover Ahmednagar, Nashik, Nandurbar, Jalgaon and Dhule districts.
The party's "halla bol" campaign, launched to highlight the government's failures, has so far covered Vidarbha and Marathwada.
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