PM Modi's four public meetings in Gujarat today, will try to woo the public
Gujarat Assembly Election 2022 PM Narendra Modi will rally in Palanpur, Modasa, Dehgam and Bavla in Gujarat today, 24 November, for the Gujarat Legislative Assembly Elections 2022. BJP's target in Gujarat assembly elections is 150+. The assembly in which PM Modi will campaign today is very important for the BJP.
PM Narendra Modi will rally in Palanpur, Modasa, Dehgam and Bavla in Gujarat today on 24 November for the Gujarat Legislative Assembly Elections 2022. PM Modi has done 16 rallies in Gujarat so far. And it is being told that before the second phase of voting, PM Modi will do 35 more rallies till the first. By the way, looking at the Gujarat elections, PM Modi will have a total of 51 rallies. Gujarat Voting for the Gujarat Legislative Assembly Elections 2022 will be in two phases. Voting will be held in two phases on 1 and 5 December. The counting of votes will take place on December 8. Gujarat: For 182 seats in the Gujarat Legislative Assembly, there will be an all-party contest between the BJP, the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party.
BJP's target in Gujarat assembly elections is 150+. Prime Minister Modi has put in a lot of effort to break this target. PM Modi will address the public meeting in Palanpur at 11 am. Will be in Modasa at 1 pm. Will rally in Dehgam at 2.30 pm. Will hold the last rally on Thursday, November 24, at 4 pm at the Bavla assembly seat in the Ahmedabad countryside.
BJP strategists are organizing PM Modi's rallies at those places where the BJP had lost the elections or where the contest is very close. The BJP thinks that PM Modi's rally will prove to be a panacea in these areas.
Palanpur Gujarat Legislative Assembly is occupied by Congress for 10 years. In the 2017 elections, Mahesh Kumar Amritlal Patel of INC defeated Laljibhai Kanjibhai Prajapati of BJP by 17,500 votes.
Modasa is a Muslim-majority area. Congress continues to hold this seat. In the 2017 election, Rajendra Singh Thakor of INC defeated BJP candidate Parar Bhikhun Singh by less than two thousand votes. In 2012 also, Rajendra Singh Thakor of INC won.
In 2017, Chauhan Balraj Singh Kalyan Singh of BJP won the Dehgam assembly seat in Gandhinagar district by defeating Kaminiba Rathod of INC by a huge margin. So in 2012, Kaminiba Rathod defeated BJP candidate Rahitji Chanduji Thakor. This time the contest is triangular.