During his address, the BJP president had accused Congress of "speaking the language of Pakistan" on issues such as the repeal of Article 370 and said the entire country was happy over its abrogation.
Just like his previous rallies, he is likely to emphasise on the Centre's work including triple talaq, National Register of Citizens (NRC), and abrogation of article 370 as well as highlight the schemes implemented by Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis-led government.
Rahul Gandhi, who joined the campaign on Sunday, has addressed one rally in Haryana and three in Maharashtra, with two others scheduled in Maharashtra for Tuesday.
The BJP Working President also said that the manifesto represents all sections of the society, "Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas Aur Sabka Vishvas" (development for all with the trust of all). "It is focused on the last man standing on the last pedestal of society. Our commitment is to bring labour, Dalits and marginalised sections of the society into the mainstream," he said.
Disgruntled Nirupam called party leader Milind Deora 'Nikamma' (useless) and downplayed speculation over his absence at Rahul's rally in Maharashtra.
Modi addressed the first of his four grand rallies here in Ballabhgarh yesterday. His last rally in the state will be in the Jat-dominated Hissar on October 18, a day before the last day of election campaigning.
Rahul alleged that Modi changed the contract of the Rafale deal. "So far as the Rafale deal is concerned, Air Force officials said that Modi himself changed the contract. There was a document of the Air Force, which said that it was the order of the Prime Minister," he said.
With five days of campaigning left for the upcoming Haryana assembly elections, it is now Prime Minister Narendra Modi versus Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in the poll-bound state.
In 2014 elections, BJP government came to power after the party won 47 out of a total of 90 seats in the Assembly elections, while the Congress was restricted to just 15 seats.