In preparation for the Gujarat election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the Gir Somnath district on Sunday. He is actively campaigning for his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
PM Modi urged voters to support the BJP and ensure its victory in every polling place. The prime minister urged the populace to turn out in large numbers on election day and shatter all previous records of voter turnout while addressing a rally in Veraval town after offering prayers at the well-known Somnath Temple.
The Prime Minister also serves as the Somnath Trust’s Chairman.
The Gujarat Assembly elections are set to take place in two phases on December 1 and 5, and PM Modi was campaigning for four BJP candidates in the Gir Somnath district of that state.
“I want you to make sure the BJP wins each and every booth here. Will you do it for me? This time, my focus is to win in all the polling booths. If you help me in achieving this, these four BJP candidates will automatically reach the Assembly,” PM Modi said.
PM will speak at four rallies in the Saurashtra area on Sunday. Veraval, Dhorarji, Amreli, and Botad venues have been decided upon.
By the way, in the most recent assembly elections, the BJP failed to win even one seat in these Saurashtra assembly districts.
Despite winning the state elections, the BJP was unable to break through to this stronghold of Congress supporters.
Three rallies will be held by PM Modi on November 22 in Surendranagar, Bharuch, and Navsari.
The prime minister spoke to a crowd yesterday in south Gujarat’s Valsad district. Invoking Gujarati pride, he warned the populace not to tolerate individuals who disparage the state and declared they had no business living there.
Voting will take place in 89 of Gujarat’s 182 Assembly seats on December 1 and in the remaining 93 seats on December 5. On December 8, the voting tally will be discussed.
The BJP has held sway in Gujarat for the past 27 years, with Narendra Modi serving as the state’s chief minister the longest.
The party, led this time around by Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, and CR Patil, hopes to secure more than 140 seats.
Based on the support it received from the Patidar movement, the Congress was able to win 28 seats in the 2017 assembly elections. Comparatively, the Bharatiya Janata Party now has just 19 MLAs, down from 30 in 2012.
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