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Gujarat Elections: Amit Shah Holds meetings at Shree Kamalam

| Updated: October 3, 2022 15:00

Union Home Minister Amit Shah Sunday held a series of meetings with office-bearers at the party’s state headquarters Shree Kamalam. He was accompanied by Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, party president C R Paati, and Gujarat BJP co-in-charge Sudhir Gupta.

“Amit Shah is the senior-most leader of our party after PM Modi. So, obviously, he will bear a lot of responsibilities for the elections. Today’s meetings were part of the preparations,” said an office-bearer.

On September 27, when Amit Shah was in Gujarat he had meetings with BJP members. Top sources said that Union HM discussed various agitations going on in Gandhinagar. He also asked the state president to strengthen the booth and page committee. The selection of candidates and some disputes amongst the party leaders were also discussed in the meeting. He also endorsed Chief Minister Bhupendrabhai Patel’s leadership and stated that the BJP is on its way to a landslide victory in Gujarat.

Of late, AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia are visiting Gujarat with their guarantee schemes. The meeting at Kamalam was also to decide the message and line of communication that the BJP should follow while reaching out to the public. Roadshows, election-related events, and activities to attract varied segments of voters–senior citizens, women, first-time voters etc were also decided.

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