PM Narendra Modi will be visiting Gujarat on his 3-day trip ahead of the Gujarat Assembly Elections. However, Gujarat is a BJP-ruled state and the Prime Minister belongs to the state and has been the longest reigning CM of the state there are still some areas and some groups of people that are congress supporters.
The PM has a jam-packed itinerary planned for his trip including a visit to the Somnath Mandir in the state. Having addressed a sum total of 34 rallies in the last elections PM now plans to talk at 8 rallies in different parts of the state beginning from 19 November.
He will also be heading to Valsad to hold a rally and also stay overnight. He will be holding close to around 30 rallies this time across the state starting from South Gujarat. PM will also conduct 3 rallies in Saurashtra on November 20 and 2 on November 22.
He will be addressing the groups and areas that are congress ruled including Veraval at 11 AM, Dhoraji at 12:45 PM, Amreli at 2:30 PM, and Botad at 6:15 PM, in a total of 4 rallies that will be held in these places.
He will then go on to visit Gandhinagar and stay at the Raj Bhawan. Apart from the aforementioned rallies, he will also be holding 3 public rallies on Monday, one in Surendranagar at 12 PM, Navsari at 4 PM, and Jambusar at 2 PM.
BJP released their 3rd list of candidates from which Vipul Chaudhary left the party to join AAP. PM has been visiting Bali from the G20 summit and is now back for the party to make arrangements for the rallies and venues to be finalized and make an official statement and schedule the release of his visit.