Gujarat Election: PM Modi thundered in Valsad, said- ‘Beware of those who defame Gujarat’

Valsad. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that the people of Gujarat have decided to break Narendra’s record and create new records for Bhupendra. Modi launched the campaign this evening with a road show at Vapi in Valsad district.

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Thereafter, addressing a huge public meeting at Greenwood Jhunjhwa village in Valsad, he said that the people of Gujarat have decided to break Narendra’s record and create new records for Bhupendra. The people of Valsad, being present here in large numbers, have made the lion roar of the election results. The Prime Minister is on a three-day Gujarat tour from today.

He said that neither the BJP is contesting this election, nor the candidate of BJP is contesting, neither Chief Minister Bhupendrabhai is contesting nor Narendrabhai is contesting, this election is being fought by the people of Gujarat. He said that today I have come to perform my duty. I am a public servant. I 22 I haven’t sat cross legged for years. I have faith in the people of Gujarat that they will vote for the BJP. But it is my duty that I have to come and say that this time vote more for BJP.

Appealing to those people to be careful, the Prime Minister said that it is a matter of elections, so keep in mind that the gang defaming Gujarat is speaking in such a language that tarnishes the image of Gujarat. Warn them to stop this language and say that this language will not work in Gujarat. Gujarat has not harmed anyone in the world. Wherever Gujaratis go, they mix like sugar in milk. Stop blaming Gujarat. There is never any place in Gujarat for those who defame Gujarat.

He said that the youth who are going to vote for the first time. to come 25 Years of Gujarat and India will depend on their opinion.

It is noteworthy that the state 33 total of districts 182 Elections for the assembly seats will be held in two phases. of the state 89 seats on December 1 in the first phase and the remaining 93 Elections will be held on the seats on December 5. The counting of votes will take place on December 8 and the voting process will be completed on December 10. The counting of votes for the assembly elections held in Himachal Pradesh is also to be held on the same day. The Bharatiya Janata Party has been in power in Gujarat for more than two decades and the main opposition party has been the Congress. After winning the Punjab elections, the Aam Aadmi Party has put full force in Gujarat this time as well, due to which the contest can become triangular and there are chances of changing the equation.

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