On the second day of Gujarat tour, PM Modi did a road show in Gandhinagar, greeted thousands of people
PM Modi Gandhinagar Road Show: Prime Minister Modi, who went on a tour of the home state of Gujarat after a landslide victory in four states of the country in the assembly elections, is holding a road show in Gandhi Nagar on Saturday morning for the second day. Standing on the way to Raksha Vishwavidyalaya, he greeted thousands of people. After the road show, PM Modi will inaugurate the Rashtriya Raksha Vishwavidyalaya Bhawan. Along with this, he will also address the people.
A day before this, on Friday, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi In view of the approaching Gujarat Assembly elections, the party’s state unit leaders on Friday addressed a meeting and asked them to maintain close contact with the people. He tweeted after the meeting, “Met with fellow party leaders and workers at the state BJP headquarters in Gujarat. Discussed how our party organization can serve the people more effectively and contribute to the national development.
#WATCH Gujarat | PM Narendra Modi waves at people during a roadshow in Dahegam in Gandhinagar.
— ANI (@ANI) March 12, 2022
BJP spokesperson Yamal Vyas said that more than 430 leaders and workers were present in this meeting held at the party’s state headquarters. Vyas, without disclosing the details of the Prime Minister’s speech, said, “The women workers of the party welcomed the Prime Minister with garlands. He guided the people present.
Social agency PTI quoted sources as saying that PM Modi asked BJP leaders and workers of the state to maintain close contact with the people. According to sources, Modi asked the party workers to apprise the people about the various schemes and programs implemented by the government in the last ten years. Sources said Modi also asked the state leaders to enhance coordination with the workers working on the ground.
Sources said that the prime minister’s focus was to increase his reach to people from all walks of life. The Prime Minister’s statement lasted for more than 35 minutes. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, his predecessor Vijay Rupani and former Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel and others were present on the occasion. Assembly elections are due in Gujarat in December this year.