Over 10 lakh turned up for PM Modi’s roadshow, the longest ever | India News

AHMEDABAD: More than 10 thousand people are said to have attended the big roadshow conducted by the prime minister Narendra Modi in Ahmedabad on Thursday, it is considered the longest and largest in the country and is also considered to have the potential to help BJP big way in phase two of the vote scheduled for December 5.
Party sources say the public reaction far exceeded their expectations with more than 100,000 people present for the four-hour drive in the convertible.
“Perhaps this is the longest road in India, about 50 kilometers long. It goes through 14 Vidhan Sabha one seat, 13 from Ahmedabad and one from Gandhinagar,” said a senior party official.
He said the public’s enthusiasm and affection was evident in the fact that it took about 4 hours to go all the way.
The Prime Minister and his team were so excited by the public reaction to the road run they planned another run the next day on Friday when Modi arrived at the public rally site in Ahmedabad while doing another road run covering the constituencies, was missed on Thursday.
As the party mascot for Gujarat poll, Prime Minister Modi continued to be the most important factor, and the BJP planned to use its appeal to voters with more aggressiveness for the second phase than the first of the congressional poll.
According to party sources, they are estimated to win about 67 of the 89 seats for which the vote takes place in the early stages.
The party expected to make big gains in Saurashtra and South Gujarat went to the polls on Thursday.
However, party leaders are cautious and cautious towards the second stage of voting in the remaining 93 seats in northern and central Gujarat.
“At least 31 seats in two areas is already a tradition with Conference but we are confident we will win and break the trend,” said a senior party official.
However, party leaders insist that Congress remains their main rival and the sublime claims of AAP leaders have no presence at the grassroots level.
“Gujarat is one of the most politically savvy states and the people here have seen how AAP resonates and optically as they did in Goa and Uttarakhand. But once they fail, they run away,” said the BJP leader.
Saffron party internal investigations say that one of the three leaders who led various incitements against the BJP government in 2017, Congress is sitting MLA Jignesh Mewani from Vadgam, walking the ropes while two others, Hardik Patel (Viramgam) and Alpesh Thakor (southern Gandhinagar), both with BJP now, are strongly placed.


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