PM In Gujarat Highlights: Amit Shah Is Man Of The Match Of Our Election Victories, Says Narendra Modi

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PM In Gujarat Highlights: Amit Shah Is Man Of The Match Of Our Election Victories, Says Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi addressed over seven lakh BJP workers in his home state Gujarat.

Gandhinagar:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed over seven lakh BJP workers in his home state Gujarat, where assembly elections will be held by the end of this year. The poll dates have not been announced yet. In a series of tweets, PM Modi said the 'Gujarat Gaurav Mahasammelan' will be attended by "lakhs of BJP karyakartas" from across the state. The event is being attended by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, BJP chief Amit Shah and many other leaders of the party.


Here are the highlights of PM Modi's rally in Gandhinagar: 


Oct 16, 2017
17:53 (IST)
Amit Shah Is Man Of The Match Of BJP Victories, Says PM Modi: 10 Points
"Amit Shah is the man of the match," Prime Minister Narendra Modi told lakhs of cheering BJP leaders today at a rally in Gandhinagar, the capital of his home state Gujarat, where assembly elections will be held by the end of the year. The BJP concluded its Gujarat Gaurav Yatra (March of Honour) which it began on October 1, and party chief Amit Shah and top state leaders were on stage with the Prime Minister. The PM's visit came amid allegations by the opposition that the BJP-led Centre pressured the Election Commission into delaying announcing elections in Gujarat to allow the Prime Minister to announce sops today." itemprop="description
Oct 16, 2017
17:39 (IST)
Oct 16, 2017
17:37 (IST)
PM Modi targets Congress in his speech
  • Gujarat has always been a thorn in the eyes for that family and their party. History knows what they did to Sardar Patel
  • On one side there are those who believe in dynastic politics but on the other side, we believe in the path shown by our founders
  • Congress party has always had a negative approach towards development of Gujarat. They did not even complete Sardar Sarovar project
  • Those questioning us on development of Gujarat must recall what their contribution has been for the state's progress
Oct 16, 2017
17:35 (IST)
  • Despite facing several atrocities and difficulties in the past, our workers have led from the front
  • The party that gave so many CMs, leaders to the nation now focus only on spreading lies. They create an atmosphere of pessimism
Oct 16, 2017
17:15 (IST)
Amit Shah is the man of the match of our victories: PM
  • I appreciate Amit Shah for taking the party to new heights
  • Amit Shah is the most responsible for BJP's continued wins
  • Amit Shah is the man of the match of our victories
Oct 16, 2017
17:12 (IST)
Oct 16, 2017
17:07 (IST)
PM Modi addressing mega rally in Gujarat's Gandhinagar
  • I deeply understand and value the potential and hard work of each and every karyakarta: PM
  • BJP workers have endured great injustices and dangers
  • When Congress was in power,people participating in political & social campaigns were incarcerated
  • Its a little difficult to do anything around Navratri and Diwali
  • I asked party workers if anyone would come for this rally
  • But today I see all of you, perhaps the biggest saffron Mahakumbh (congregation)
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Oct 16, 2017
17:04 (IST)
They're mocking Bullet train, but Gujarat's people love development: Amit Shah
Oct 16, 2017
16:45 (IST)
Amit Shah is addressing the Gujarat Gaurav Mahasammelan in Bhat Gaam in Gandhinagar
Oct 16, 2017
16:24 (IST)
Oct 16, 2017
14:49 (IST)
In a series of tweets on Sunday, the Prime Minister said Gujarat Gaurav Yatras covered almost 4500 kms & 149 Assembly seats.


Oct 16, 2017
14:42 (IST)
PM Narendra Modi will join the Gujarat Gaurav Mahasammelan in the state, which marks the conclusion of partys' GujaratGaurav Yatra' (March for Honour), launched on October 1. This comes after the successful culmination of the 2 Gujarat Gaurav Yatras. 
Oct 16, 2017
14:25 (IST)

PM Modi's rally at Bhat village near Gandhinagar will be attended by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, BJP chief Amit Shah and many other leaders of the party.
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