Narendra Modi in Gujarat: PM resumes campaign trail, holds rallies in Palanpur, Sanand, Kalol and Vadodara [Photos]

Narendra Modi addressed four rallies on Sunday in Palanpur, Sanand, Kalol and Vadodara. These four areas are situated in north and central Gujarat, which goes to polls on 14 December.

FP Staff December 10, 2017 22:32:20 IST
After the first phase of polling ended on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again resumed his campaign trail in Gujarat. PTI
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After the first phase of polling ended on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again resumed his campaign trail in Gujarat. PTI
Modi addressed four rallies on Sunday in Palanpur, Sanand, Kalol and Vadodara. These four areas are situated in north and central Gujarat, which go to polls on 14 December. PTI
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Modi addressed four rallies on Sunday in Palanpur, Sanand, Kalol and Vadodara. These four areas are situated in north and central Gujarat, which go to polls on 14 December. PTI
At the Palanpur rally, Modi suggested Pakistan was trying to influence the Assembly elections in Gujarat, claiming some Pakistani officials and ex-prime minister Manmohan Singh met a day before Mani Shankar Aiyar made the "neech" jibe against him. In a new twist to the campaign, Modi said the meeting took place at Aiyar's residence. PTI
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At the Palanpur rally, Modi suggested Pakistan was trying to influence the Assembly elections in Gujarat, claiming some Pakistani officials and ex-prime minister Manmohan Singh met a day before Mani Shankar Aiyar made the "neech" jibe against him. In a new twist to the campaign, Modi said the meeting took place at Aiyar's residence. PTI
He also raised questions about the alleged appeal by the former director general of the Pakistan Army Sardar Arshad Rafiq for favouring Congress leader Ahmed Patel as the chief minister of Gujarat. "Why? You are in Pakistan. Why are you interested in our country's affairs?" Modi asked at a rally in Sanand. PTI
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He also raised questions about the alleged appeal by the former director general of the Pakistan Army Sardar Arshad Rafiq for favouring Congress leader Ahmed Patel as the chief minister of Gujarat. "Why? You are in Pakistan. Why are you interested in our country's affairs?" Modi asked at a rally in Sanand. PTI
Later, while addressing a rally in Kaalol town, Modi accused the Congress of sowing seeds of enmity between various communities for power. Modi being presented a Gujarat map memento by the BJP workers. PTI
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Later, while addressing a rally in Kaalol town, Modi accused the Congress of sowing seeds of enmity between various communities for power. Modi being presented a Gujarat map memento by the BJP workers. PTI
Modi also said the entire north Gujarat region would witness "unbelievable growth" over the next five years due to the Delhi-Mumbai Freight Corridor. BJP workers cheer at a rally in Vadodara. Twitter @narendramodi
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Modi also said the entire north Gujarat region would witness "unbelievable growth" over the next five years due to the Delhi-Mumbai Freight Corridor. BJP workers cheer at a rally in Vadodara. Twitter @narendramodi
Referring to Congress leader Arjun Modhwadia's claim that the EVMs used for the first phase of polling on 9 December might have been tampered with, Modi said the party was "preparing excuses" to insulate Rahul Gandhi against impending defeat. PTI
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Referring to Congress leader Arjun Modhwadia's claim that the EVMs used for the first phase of polling on 9 December might have been tampered with, Modi said the party was "preparing excuses" to insulate Rahul Gandhi against impending defeat. PTI