PM Modi’s Gujarat election tour starts from today, will hold eight rallies in three days


Ahmedabad | Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming to Gujarat on a three-day election tour from tomorrow. During this, PM Modi will address 8 election rallies in different constituencies. It is known that before the election, as many as 25 public meetings of PM Modi have been organized. PM Modi will start the election campaign in Gujarat on 19 November. PM Modi’s election campaign will start from South Gujarat. On Saturday, PM Modi will come to Gujarat after Arunachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. Will address a public meeting at Valsad in South Gujarat at 7.30 pm and will spend the night in Valsad. On the second day, Sunday, at 10.15 am, Lord Somnath will offer prayers at the temple and then address public meetings at Veraval at 11.00 am, Dhoraji at 12.45 pm, Amreli at 2.30 pm and Botad at 6.15 pm. From Botad, PM Modi will come to Gandhinagar and rest at Raj Bhavan. PM Modi will again start the election campaign from Monday morning. On November 21, at 12 noon, PM Modi will hold an election meeting in Surendranagar, at 2 pm in Jambusar and at 4 pm in Navsari. PM Modi will address eight election meetings in three days on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. In the 2017 Gujarat elections, PM Modi held 37 public meetings and this time he can hold at least 25 election meetings.