Gujarat polls: Gujarat defamation gang is operating, Modi says

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said there can never be a place for those who insult and name Gujarat while asking people from Valsad district of south Gujarat to stay alert from the propaganda of these forces.

On Saturday, Modi conducted his first election campaign after the Gujarat state election announcements.

He mentioned in his speech that there is a gang working to defame Gujarat. They are working to tarnish the image of Gujarat. Don’t let them succeed. Tell them that their advertising will not work. “There can be no place for such forces in Gujarat,” Modi said, addressing a huge gathering of a large number of supporters.

The Prime Minister also gave an account of the work done by his government and the BJP government in Gujarat over the past two decades to empower women, farmers and youth.

“People tell me that the BJP will secure a comfortable victory in the Gujarat elections, so why work so hard? I tell them it is my duty to provide report on my work and ask for their vote. “of the country. He also conducted a promotional tour of Vapi to reach the gathering place in the Valsad district at about 8 p.m.

Claiming credit for cheaper data for smartphone users under the NDA government, Modi said, “During the Congress government, one gigabyte (GB) of data would cost €300. Today, under the Modi government, one gigabyte of data costs only $10. So, for all The uses you make today will give you a bill of £4,000 to £5,000. Because of the Modi government, your mobile phone bill comes in the range of Rs 250-300. That means a saving of INR 4,000 for each of you.”

Modi, who started his campaign in Gujarat from southern Gujarat, also mentioned that the BJP government in Gujarat has started allocating more money for fishermen and tribal welfare.

Valsad district and neighboring South Gujarat districts of Tapi, Dangs and Navsari have 12 constituencies, seven of which were won by the BJP in the 2017 elections, while the Congress won five seats. The district has a high tribal population, with eight out of the 12 tribal seats being reserved.

The district will vote on the first round of balloting on December 1st.

The Chief Minister will camp for three days in Gujarat until November 21. He is expected to hold rallies in Saurashtra and South Gujarat districts of Rajkot, Gir Somnath, Amreli, Potad, Surendranagar, Bharuch and Navsari.

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