10 Days to Go for Gujrat Elections

10 days left for campaigning for the phase of the Gujrat elections to end. BJP national leaders, party president, union ministers, and CMs spread out on Friday. They spread across 40 of the 89 constituencies voting on December 1.

Around 15 national BJP leaders addressed over 40 public meetings. Including Union ministers, CMs, BJP national president, and BJP MP from Ladakh.

Calling it carpet bombing and pointing to the careful selection of areas. For the leaders to campaign a senior BJP leader said. “Since 2012, we have deployed this strategy of bringing national leaders who have excelled well in their states.”

The leader added: “For example, if Yogi Adityanath comes to Gujarat. And says that people feel safe only under the BJP and no other party, which has a huge impact on voters. Similarly, taking leaders like J P Nadda to places. Where the population of non-Gujaratis is significant is an effective strategy. To get their votes. Sarma too has a special fan base in Gujarat.”

BJP Planning

The BJP planned three rallies for Nadda, in Navsari, Ankleshwar, and Rajkot (East). In his address in Navsari, Nadda spoke about development under the Modi government. At the Centre while attacking Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. For his statement on Hindutva ideologue V D Savarkar. He added that under Congress rule in the state, Gujarat was known as a state of curfew. There was no curfew after Narendra Gandhi became Gujarat CM, he claimed.

Chouhan too attacked Rahul for his comments on Savarkar and said. Congress has always insulted freedom fighters.

Adityanath addressed meetings in Wankaner, Jhagadia, and Choryasi constituencies. In his speech, shared by the BJP, the UP CM said. “It’s a fight between development and destruction, between respect and disrespect. For faith, between patriotism and terrorism, and between nationals and anti-nationals.”

Adityanath also urged the people to immerse the (Congress) party in Narmada. Because it cannot give development, prosperity, security, and global prestige to the country.

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