On the last day of the campaigning for Udhampur-Doda Lok Sabha seat the two main contenders Ghulam Nabi Azad and Dr Jitendra Singh made last minute efforts to woo maximum voters on their side to consolidate their positions.
The turnout at the rally was relatively less than the rally of Narendra Modi in Hiranagar but the enthusiastic workers and supporters of the party gave a clear indication that they are going to give tough competition to Azads candidature on April 17 by casting their votes in large numbers.
On the other hand the last day of campaigning for Azad turned out to be less productive. He faced piquant situation in Dacchan where police personnel advised Azad to avoid addressing a public meeting in the wake of ongoing protests in the area involving workers of two rival parties.
In Marwah, the second destination of Azad some of the PDP workers shouted slogans and the same was followed up by BJP workers too much to the annoyance of Azad. Later, as police restored order Azad addressed the gathering and urged them to cast their votes in his favour to strengthen the hands of secular forces.