PM Modi Road Show: 54 kilometer long road show of PM Modi in Ahmedabad, will cover 14 assembly constituencies
The BJP had won 11 seats during the 2017 assembly elections out of the seats through which this roadshow of Prime Minister Modi is passing.
PM Modi Road show in Ahmedabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi did a road show in Ahmedabad on Thursday evening after the end of the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections. According to media reports, PM Modi's roadshow in Ahmedabad is the longest roadshow ever, which will cover a distance of about 54 kilometers. During this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will cover about 14 assemblies during this road show. In this roadshow, PM Modi will cover 13 seats in Ahmedabad and 1 seat in Gandhinagar.
PM Modi paid floral tributes at the statue of Iron Man
According to media reports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also paid floral tributes at the statue of Iron Man Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel during his roadshow in Ahmedabad. The BJP had won 11 seats during the 2017 assembly elections out of the seats through which this roadshow of Prime Minister Modi is passing. However, the Congress had captured three seats on this route. Let us inform that Prime Minister Narendra Modi started his election campaign on 6 November for the Gujarat Assembly elections.
PM Modi's third road show in Gujarat
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has so far addressed his election rally in 23 out of 33 districts of Gujarat. During this, he has done 28 rallies and two road shows. The road show held in Ahmedabad on Thursday is the third road show of Prime Minister Modi in Gujarat. During this roadshow, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's convoy will pass through Naroda, Thakkar Bapanagar, Bapunagar, Nikol, Amraiwadi, Maninagar, Danilimda, Jamalpur, Khadia, Ellisbridge, Vejalpur, Ghatlodiya, Naranpura, Sabarmati, and Gandhinagar South.
PM Modi addressed public meetings before the road show
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also addressed public meetings at many places before the road show on Thursday. First of all, Prime Minister Modi held a rally in Kalol. Addressing the public meeting here, PM Modi said that before 2014 no one had thought that India could make such a big revolution in the mobile world. When you sent me to Delhi in 2014, there were two factories for making mobile phones, today there are more than 200.