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BJP plans whirlwind campaign by PM Modi

GANDHINAGAR: With the Lok Sabha elections just a few months away, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to address a sequence of public conferences and inaugurate a number of projects in his home state ahead of announcement of ballot dates. In the past one month, the PM visited Gujarat thrice and stayed in the state for four days.
On February 28, he's anticipated to kick off a number of projects and inaugurate the newly built Civil Hospital campus. According to the state govt resources, the PM may be more likely to inaugurate a few schemes whose memorandums of working out have been signed on the recently held Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit.

Sources mentioned that the PM’s next consult with to the state will be on March four and five. On March four, the PM is scheduled to put the basis stone of Rs 1,000 crore Umiya Dham campus in Ahmedabad. On March five, he's more likely to consult with Saurashtra to wait an event arranged by way of the Leuva Patel neighborhood and inaugurate a number of public works, together with the brand new Rajkot world airport. He is predicted to put the basis stone for Rs 1.five lakh crore commercial and public work projects.

According to birthday party resources, a few dozen visits to Gujarat is at the PM’s itinerary till April this yr.

This yr, the PM was once in the state on January 17, 18 and 19 and again on January 30. He took section in the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, inaugurated a defence apparatus production plant at Hazira and opened the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial at Dandi in Navsari and also took section in three main events in Surat.

“To boost the birthday party’s ballot potentialities in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, we have now requested no less than 20 main public conferences by way of the prime minister protecting all 26 constituencies in the state,” mentioned a senior birthday party chief.

“Due to his tight schedule, it's most probably that the PM might prepare 10 to 12 cluster public rallies, protecting all Lok Sabha seats in the state. We will request the PM to address public conferences from Delhi using digital and other technologies,” he added.

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