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PM Modi Holds Longest-Ever Roadshow in Gujarat 

The 30-km long roadshow lasted for three-and-half hours

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INDIA: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which ruled over Gujarat for 27 years, is trying to win the state’s seats for the seventh term.

Meanwhile, PM Narendra Modi held a colossal roadshow in his hometown commencing through Ahmedabad city. The upcoming polling took place on December 5 in the second phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections.

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The 30-km long possession lasted for three-and-half hours. This is the longest roadshow ever held by any Indian leader. The rally passed through 14 Assembly constituencies where the contest will take place.

The places included Naroda Gam, the place of the 2002 riots following the brutal train massacre in Sabarmati Express in Godhra.

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The rally halted at Gandhinagar South after making its way to Amraiwadi, Maninagar, Danilimbda, Jamalpur Khadia, Elisbridge, Vejalpur, Ghatlodia, Naranpur, and Sabarmati.

PM Modi took a dig at the Congress party as they joined the league of the Gujarat election and said, “There is a competition in Congress on who says more bad words for Modi…We have to teach them a lesson, and the way is to vote for “Lotus” on the 5th (second phase of Gujarat elections.”

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During the roadshow, Modi halted and paid floral tribute to prominent Indian leaders like Pandit Dindayal Upadhyay, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

The saffron party has been reigning over the state since 1990, and now newly emerged parties like AAP are desperately trying their luck in the 2022 election, which is a matter of prestige for the ruling party.

In the meantime, Delhi will observe three-day dry days due to the MCD polls being held on December 4. Apart from that, December 7, counting day, will also be a dry day to pay respect to the ‘Jewel of Western India’.

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