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PM Modi’s mega campaign in Gujarat ends, held 31 rallies and three roadshows

Gujarat Assembly Election: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday (December 2) concluded his campaign for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the Gujarat Assembly elections, addressing over 31 rallies and leading three major roadshows.

The ruling BJP in the state is up against the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Saturday (December 3) was the last day of campaigning. The second and final phase of polling for 93 seats in the state is scheduled on December 5. At the same time, the first phase of voting for 89 seats was held on December 1.

Road show passed through so many seats

A major highlight of PM Modi’s public relations was his roadshow in Ahmedabad on Thursday (December 1), which BJP sources described as the “longest and biggest” in the country. He claimed that it was a roadshow of about 50 kilometers and passed through 13 assembly seats in the city and one assembly seat in Gandhinagar.

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What did you claim?

A BJP leader claimed, “The enthusiasm and affection of the public was evident as it took almost four hours to cover the distance. The response was beyond our expectations and we believe more than 10 lakh people participated.

Let us tell you that in the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections, 63.31 percent polling was recorded in 19 districts of Saurashtra-Kutch and 89 seats in the southern regions of the state. The Election Commission gave this information while releasing the final figures on Friday (December 2). According to the data, in the 2017 assembly elections, 66.75 per cent polling was recorded in these 89 constituencies in the first phase.

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