The new election slogan for the BJP, “I have made this Gujarat,” was unveiled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today in Gujarati.
At a public gathering event in Kaprada, he declared, “Every Gujarati is full of self-confidence, that’s why every Gujarati speaks, the voice of the inner soul speaks, every sound originates from the heart of Gujarat, I have made this Gujarat.”
The PM made the audience chant “Aa Gujarat, mai bnavyu chhe” I have made this Gujarat numerous times throughout his 25-minute address.
Without mentioning the grand old party, he also assailed the opposition Congress and charged it of “defaming” the state.
He declared that Gujarat would “eradicate divisive forces that have spent the previous 20 years smearing the state.”
The Kaprada assembly constituency, which is a part of the Valsad district and is designated for candidates from Scheduled Tribes, served as the starting point for the Prime Minister’s campaign in Gujarat.
By highlighting how important the tribal community is to him and what his party has done for them, PM Modi made a plea to the Adivasi people.
The Prime Minister is in his home state for the first time since the results of the Assembly elections were announced.
PM Modi will attend the ‘Papa Ni Pari’ Lagnotsav 2022 in Bhavnagar later on this evening.
522 girls without fathers will get married during the ceremony.
Following the October 13 launch of the “Gujarat Gaurav Yatra” in Ahmedabad by Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the BJP stepped up its election-related campaigning in the state.
JP Nadda, the party’s president, launched the “Gujarat Gaurav Yatra” in Mehsana the day prior. Bhupendra Patel, the chief minister, and other BJP leaders were also present.
On October 12, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a speech at a gathering of the general public at Jamkandorna, district of Rajkot. After the rally, he held a roadshow as well.
Gujarat will hold two rounds of elections on December 1 and 5. Voter tallies will be tallied on December 8.
In Gujarat, the BJP has won six straight elections for the legislature. In order to offer candidates more time to campaign, the Congress is eager to make a decision about candidates early.
The Congress is also attempting to strengthen its campaign through yatras. The Aam Aadmi Party, a recent entry into the state, has asserted that they and the BJP are engaged in a direct contest.