PM Modi In Gujarat: After the announcement of the dates of the assembly elections in Gujarat, PM Modi will be on a tour of his home state for the first time. During this, PM Modi will address a public meeting in Kaprada village of Valsad district at 3 pm on Sunday. Also, at around 5:45 pm in Bhavnagar, PM Modi will attend the mass marriage ceremony 'Papa Ni Pari' Lagnotsav 2022. Please tell us that 522 girls will be married in this ceremony. The girls who will get married here do not have a father.
Inauguration of 'Gujarat Gaurav Yatra' on October 13
The dates for the Gujarat elections have been announced. In such a situation, BJP has geared up for this assembly election. In such a situation, an intense campaign is going on in Gujarat from the BJP side. It may be known that on October 13, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had inaugurated the "Gujarat Gaurav Yatra" in Ahmedabad. A day before the inauguration of this campaign, BJP National President JP Nadda had flagged off the 'Gujarat Gaurav Yatra' in Mehsana. It is to be known that Gujarat Chief Minister, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and many other BJP leaders were also present on this occasion.
'It's always special to be in Jamkandorana,' tweets PM Modi
If we talk about the programs of the Prime Minister, then on October 12, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had addressed a public meeting at Jamkandorna in Rajkot district. After this rally, he also did a road show. It may be mentioned that during this time PM Modi had made a tweet that "It is always special to stay in Jamkandorana". Along with this, PM Modi also launched several projects worth more than Rs 8,000 crore in Amod, Bharuch. He laid the foundation stone for the development of Bulk Drug Park at Jambusar, Deep Sea Pipeline Project at Dahej, Phase 1 of Ankleshwar Airport and Multilevel Industrial Sheds at Ankleshwar and Panoli.
PM Modi also dedicated many projects
PM Modi also dedicated several projects that will boost the chemical sector in Gujarat including GACL Plant, Bharuch Underground Drainage and IOCL Dahej Koyali Pipeline. It is to be known that the term of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly is ending on February 18, 2023. In such a situation, elections will be held in Gujarat in two phases on December 1 and 5. Counting of votes will take place on December 8. It is to be known that BJP has won six consecutive assembly elections in Gujarat. The Congress is keen to take an early decision to give more time to the candidates for campaigning and is trying to strengthen its campaign through yatras.