It is raining politicians in Gujarat as Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal, and Rahul Gandhi, are likely to visit the state for upcoming elections preparations. Gujarat Assembly Elections are the talk of the town because the state might witness elections in December. Typically, the political tension between the parties is accelerating with godspeed.
The party conveners shall visit Gujarat in the upcoming week. In addition, the leaders’ visit has sparked speculations in regards to early assembly elections. Elections will occur in December if things work out well.
Gujarat Districts To Witness Various Events
The INC has planned a rally in Dahod on Tuesday, May 10. Tribals from the entire belt, Ambaji to Umergaon, shall visit the event, and the face of Congress, Rahul Gandhi, will address ‘Adivasi Satyagraha’ in the show. Congress and AAP have a way with minorities due to their different agendas.
On Wednesday, May 11, the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, is organising a roadshow in Rajkot. However, it will be Kejriwal’s third visit to Gujarat in one month.
According to the state government sources, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shall visit Gandhinagar and Rajkot on May 12. PM Modi shall come to his home state for the Patidar community event and a state government meeting. As per a source, “The PM shall preside over the completed Narmada canal works, the Smriti Van project, and other projects in Kutch.”
Apart from Rahul, Kejriwal, and PM Modi, Home Minister of India, Amit Shah, shall visit Gujarat by month-end. Shah has had a huge impact on Gujarat people because of similar cultural roots. State BJP leaders have been visiting different districts under the ‘One day, One district program.’ In conclusion, the state administration has gone into full action mode because the high-profile politicians plan to visit Gujarat.