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PM Modi On 2-Day Campaign Spree In Gujarat From Wednesday

| Updated: April 30, 2024 14:58

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to kick off a two-day visit to his home state on Wednesday to address six public meetings, covering 11 Lok Sabha constituencies in Gujarat.

On Wednesday (May 1), which happens to be the Foundation Day of Gujarat, Modi will address two public meetings in Deesa of Banaskantha and Himmatnagar of Sabarkantha districts. The public meeting in Deesa will be targeting Lok Sabha constituencies of Banaskantha and Patan. On May 2, Modi will address public meetings in Anand, Wadhwan of Surendranagar, Junagadh and Jamnagar.

In these public meetings, Modi will campaign for Lok Sabha constituencies of Anand, Kheda, Surendranagar, Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Junagadh, Porbandar, Amreli and Jamnagar.

Twenty-five of 26 Lok Sabha constituencies in Gujarat are going to vote on May 7. The BJP’s Mukesh Dalal has already been elected unopposed in Surat.

Modi was on a three-day visit to the state from April 18 to 20.

Shortly after his Gujarat trip, the PM will embark on mega rallies in Jharkhand ahead of May 13 elections on four parliamentary seats from May 3 onwards. As per his itinerary, the PM will hold a rally in Chaibasa on May 3 afternoon for Singhbhum seat while he will address two rallies in Palamu and Lohardaga on May 4.

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