PM Narendra Modi, who is on a Gujarat visit, on Saturday held a roadshow in Gandhinagar, his second such occasion in the state in two days.
The roadshow was led between Dehgam town in Gandhinagar region and the Rashtriya Raksha University (RRU) at Lavad town, where Modi waved to individuals remaining in enormous numbers on the two roadsides.
Before the roadshow, Modi had left the Raj Bhavan here in a vehicle and moved to an open jeep on arriving at Dehgam. Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel went with him in the open jeep.
Individuals swarmed the spot to welcome the state leader along the 12-km course of the roadshow. They invited him with wreaths and blossom petals. The roadshow finished when the vehicle arrived at the RRU.
This is Modi’s second roadshow in his home state for the second back to back day. On Friday, he had held a roadshow from the Ahmedabad air terminal to Kamalam, the BJP central command in Gandhinagar.
These roadshows are being viewed as Modi launching his party’s mission for the Gujarat Assembly races planned for December.
Modi, who started his two-day visit to Gujarat on Friday, will address the main assembly occasion of the RRU. In the evening, he will initiate Khel Mahakumbh, a game.
Modi’s visit to his home state came a day after the BJP enrolled a resonating triumph in the gathering surveys in four states, remembering for Uttar Pradesh.
Get together decisions in Gujarat are planned to be held in December. The BJP faces the test of holding power in the state. PTI