Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a large gathering in the poll-bound Gujarat district of Valsad on Saturday. PM Modi stated on Twitter that the link between Gujarat and the BJP is unshakable.
PM Modi spoke about what motivates him to work so hard during a series of engagements on Saturday, including the inauguration of an airport in Arunachal Pradesh and the Kashi Tamil Sangamam in Varanasi.
“I spent the entire day in Daman, in which the sun sets, after beginning it in Arunachal Pradesh, where the sun rises. PM Modi said during the ceremony, “I was in the centre of it in Kashi, and now I’m in the middle of you in Valsad.”
“Many often question why I work so hard. According to surveys, political analysts, and even the general public, the BJP will win by a large margin. So, why are you working so hard? I believe you are correct. The people of Gujarat have decided to put the BJP back in power. But, in a democracy, it is also my obligation to go to the people and give them an account of the work I have done, as well as to seek their favour in the form of votes. Your sevak is me! I haven’t taken a break in 22 years. “I will serve you till I die,” Prime Minister Modi stated on Saturday.
On December 1, 788 candidates, including 70 women, will compete for 89 of the Assembly’s 182 seats in the first round of the Gujarat Assembly elections. So far, the Election Commission has received 1,515 nomination papers for the 93 seats up for election in the second round on December 5.
The ballots will be counted on December 8, the same day as the Himachal Pradesh election results.
Union Minister Anurag Thakur launched his campaign in Gujarat on Friday, saying that the state’s lack of riots is due to the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “If Gujarat is riot-free now, it is because to the BJP and Prime Minister Modi.” The more Gujarat advances, the more India advances. “If Gujarat wins, India will advance,” Thakur remarked.
“Communal riots characterised Gujarat during the Congress regime.” Gangsters and gangwars have become the state’s new normal. Gujarat is now free of curfews and riots after 20 years of BJP administration. Gujarati mothers, sisters, and daughters may travel freely,” Thakur remarked.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has roughly 25 rallies planned over the next two weeks. Modi will arrive in Gujarat on Saturday and address a rally in Valsad.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, also criticised the Congress, claiming that hundreds of people died during the liberation movement, but the Congress has highlighted the role of just one family.
“India got independence after hundreds of freedom warriors lay down their lives,” he remarked during a gathering in Mandvi town. However, the Congress never acknowledged their sacrifice and taught people that only one family contributed to India’s freedom.

‘The Gujarat-BJP tie is unshakeable,’ says PM Modi at a polling station in Valsad

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a large gathering in the poll-bound Gujarat district of Valsad on Saturday. PM Modi stated on Twitter that the link between Gujarat and the BJP is unshakable.
PM Modi spoke about what motivates him to work so hard during a series of engagements on Saturday, including the inauguration of an airport in Arunachal Pradesh and the Kashi Tamil Sangamam in Varanasi.
“I spent the entire day in Daman, in which the sun sets, after beginning it in Arunachal Pradesh, where the sun rises. PM Modi said during the ceremony, “I was in the centre of it in Kashi, and now I’m in the middle of you in Valsad.”
“Many often question why I work so hard. According to surveys, political analysts, and even the general public, the BJP will win by a large margin. So, why are you working so hard? I believe you are correct. The people of Gujarat have decided to put the BJP back in power. But, in a democracy, it is also my obligation to go to the people and give them an account of the work I have done, as well as to seek their favour in the form of votes. Your sevak is me! I haven’t taken a break in 22 years. “I will serve you till I die,” Prime Minister Modi stated on Saturday.
On December 1, 788 candidates, including 70 women, will compete for 89 of the Assembly’s 182 seats in the first round of the Gujarat Assembly elections. So far, the Election Commission has received 1,515 nomination papers for the 93 seats up for election in the second round on December 5.
The ballots will be counted on December 8, the same day as the Himachal Pradesh election results.
Union Minister Anurag Thakur launched his campaign in Gujarat on Friday, saying that the state’s lack of riots is due to the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “If Gujarat is riot-free now, it is because to the BJP and Prime Minister Modi.” The more Gujarat advances, the more India advances. “If Gujarat wins, India will advance,” Thakur remarked.
“Communal riots characterised Gujarat during the Congress regime.” Gangsters and gangwars have become the state’s new normal. Gujarat is now free of curfews and riots after 20 years of BJP administration. Gujarati mothers, sisters, and daughters may travel freely,” Thakur remarked.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has roughly 25 rallies planned over the next two weeks. Modi will arrive in Gujarat on Saturday and address a rally in Valsad.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, also criticised the Congress, claiming that hundreds of people died during the liberation movement, but the Congress has highlighted the role of just one family.
“India got independence after hundreds of freedom warriors lay down their lives,” he remarked during a gathering in Mandvi town. However, the Congress never acknowledged their sacrifice and taught people that only one family contributed to India’s freedom.

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