Gujarat Election: PM Modi Gujarat tour from today, will hold eight rallies in 3 days

Gujrat Assembly Elections 2022: The date of the Gujarat assembly elections is near. Voting will be held in two phases on 182 assembly seats in the state. BJP's star campaigner Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to address election meetings today. He will address eight rallies in Gujarat over three days from Saturday.

Nov 19, 2022 - 15:34
Gujarat Election: PM Modi Gujarat tour from today, will hold eight rallies in 3 days

All political parties have started preparations for the assembly elections to be held in Gujarat. On one hand, the big leaders of Congress are missing in the election campaign. On the other hand, BJP has fielded its top leaders in the election field. In this sequence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to start the election campaign in Gujarat today. PM's election tour is going to be in Gujarat for 3 days from Saturday. During this, PM Modi will address eight election rallies in three days.

During his three-day visit to Gujarat, Prime Minister Modi will focus on Saurashtra and South Gujarat. The first phase of polling is going to be held here on December 1. The PM will be in Gujarat from 19 to 21 November. During this, he will address eight rallies in South Gujarat and Saurashtra. The leader in charge of the campaign told that PM Modi will cover around 30 assembly constituencies of both regions.

PM Modi will hold rallies in Gujarat from today. First of all, PM Modi will address a public meeting in Valsad at 7.30 pm on Saturday. PM Modi will stay there for the night. The next day, the PM will visit the famous Somnath temple before addressing four rallies at Veraval, Dhorarji, Amreli and Botad in the Saurashtra region. On November 21, Modi will hold three rallies in Surendranagar, Bharuch and Navsari.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP want to register a historic victory in this election. BJP has set a target of getting more than 150 seats this time. Polling for the 182-member Gujarat assembly seat will be held in two phases on December 1 and 5. The counting of votes will take place on December 8.

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