Gujarat Assembly election: 2022: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held a mega road show again in Ahmedabad for appealing to voters to vote for his party in the upcoming polling to be held on December 5.
PM Modi was seen greeting the people gathered on both sides of streets during his 10-km long road show. Ahead of embarking on the roadshow, PM Modi offered prayers at Maa Bhadrakali temple in Ahmedabad.
PM Modi wraps up his Gujarat campaign, addresses 31 rallies
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed over 31 rallies and led three big road shows in Gujarat wrapping up on Friday his campaign for the BJP in the assembly polls as the party looks to maintain its uninterrupted winning streak there since 1995 in a triangular contest involving the Congress and the AAP.
Massive response on Thursday's roadshow
PM Modi on Thursday evening held a similar mega roadshow spanning across 16 assembly constituencies targeting the second phase of Gujarat assembly elections. It was an unprecedented 50-km long roadshow that lasted nearly three hours. A key highlight of PM Modi's public outreach was his roadshow in Ahmedabad on Thursday which BJP sources described as the "longest and largest" in the country.
"Public enthusiasm and affection was evident as it took around four hours to traverse this distance. The response was beyond our expectations and we believe over 10 lakh people turned up," a BJP leader claimed.
The roadshow that started from Naroda Gam concluded at Gandhinagar South constituency. During the mega event, PM Modi made at least 35 stops at the memorials of prominent personalities including Pandit Dindayal Upadhyay, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on the way.
PM Modi covered Thakkarbapanagar, Bapunagar, Nikol, Amraiwadi, Maninagar, Danilimbda, Jamalpur Khadia, Elisbridge, Vejalpur, Ghatlodia, Naranpur, Sabarmati constituency during one of the longest roadshows ever. Incumbent Gujarat CM Bhupendra Pat
Saturday is the last day for campaign, with the second and final phase of the polls for 93 seats set for December 5. The first phase of the polls for 89 seats were held on December 1.