Why PM Narendra Modi visit his Gujarat Today and how he support Gujarat?
PM Narendra Modi :
India’s PM Narendra Modi will today address his first public rally in his home state Gujarat since he took office in Delhi two years ago. And his selected venue is, the Saurashtra region, and also it is politically valued as the BJP set up for next year’s meeting for election, required to be the strong war the party has faced in the state in years.
Prime Minister Modi start off an watering project in Saurashtra, dominated by the effective Patidar community, a reliable BJP support base for years but now which has put the party’s government in Gujarat on attention over its demand for protection in government jobs and colleges also. He is probable to address the rally after the opening..
Also as it hold with not just the large Patel campaign but also one by the state’s Dalits get angry by the brutal beating of four young men at last month by cow vigilantes in Una city, the BJP expect the Prime Minister’s rally will revive party cadre.
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The BJP said about 80,000 people are required to meet for the PM’s rally this morning in Jamnagar’s Sanosara area, and it is also expected to set the tone for the important election to be held in Gujarat late next year.
And the opposition has called today’s opening of the Saurashtra Narmada Avataran for watering or SAUNI plan an election publicity stunt and a “lollipop for farmers” also.
“Narendra Modi is known to make wrong and defraud promises stay in mind the elections. In front of 2012 voting in Gujarat, Narendra Modi, as a Gujarat Chief Minister, had got started SAUNI project. Now, as the voting is oncoming, so he is coming here to opening the project which is still in process.
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The SAUNI plan will collect 115 dams in Saurashtra with the waters of the Narmada through a network of pipes; PM Modi will today start the first stage for 10 dams in the field, which faces a fast lack of water for drinking and watering.
Gujarat’s new Chief Minister Vijay Rupani will also be present at this function, as will his pew existing Anandiben Patel who resigned last month in the middle of claims that she misbehave the Patel and Dalit campaign in the state.