Narendra Modi addresses 4 rallies in Gujarat: PM says Assembly polls a fight between 'development and dynastic politics'
Narendra Modi will address eight rallies on November 27 and 29 in different parts of Saurashtra and south Gujarat, where polling for the first phase of assembly polls will be held on 9 December
Hundreds gathered in Bhuj to attend Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally on Monday. Modi is set to address four campaign meetings on Monday and Wednesday in Saurashtra and South Gujarat. Firstpost @Pallavi Rebbapragada
In a stinging attack on the Congress in poll-bound Gujarat, Modi said the upcoming Assembly election is a fight between trust on development and dynastic politics. Modi interacts with children at an election rally. Firstpost @Pallavi Rebbapragada
He also alluded to allegations thrown at him during the campaign by Congress leaders, including party vice-president Rahul Gandhi. Firstpost @Pallavi Rebbapragada
Taking a dig at the opposition party, which is making all-out efforts to dislodge the long-ruling BJP in Gujarat, Modi asked, "When our soldiers were standing eye-to-eye in Doka La for 70 days, why were you hugging the Chinese ambassador." Firstpost @Pallavi Rebbapragada
Modi interacts with the youth at Bhuj. He also said that the BJP was not here for power, but is here for 125 crore Indians. It wants to take India to new heights of glory, he said. Firstpost @Pallavi Rebbapragada
However, while speaking at Bhuj, Modi steered clear of discussing GST. The first phase of voting in Gujarat will take place on 9 December. Firstpost @Pallavi Rebbapragada