The National President of BJP today held a meeting with the office bearers in Himmatnagar, Gujarat and guided them in the context of assembly elections. At the same time, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said that PM Modi has focused on infrastructure.
The BJP is continuously engaged in campaigning for the Gujarat assembly elections. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself has handled the command of the campaign on behalf of the BJP. BJP President JP Nadda was present in Gujarat today. He did a roadshow in Himmatnagar and addressed many other election meetings there. During this, he has clearly said that I see the elections in Gujarat as one-sided. He clearly said that people are eager to support BJP. In his statement, Nadda said that I am seeing tremendous enthusiasm among the people in favor of BJP. We are seeing unwavering faith and love towards Prime Minister Modi. People are eager to support BJP. I see this election as one sided.
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The National President of BJP today held a meeting with the office bearers in Himmatnagar, Gujarat and guided them in the context of assembly elections. At the same time, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said that PM Modi has focused on infrastructure. The facilities of port, highway, airport were built in Gujarat and more will be built in the next 5 years. Gujarat will become a 1 trillion dollar economy in the days to come. Further, he said that the security, peace, courage, harmony, strength and discipline that this state has experienced in Gujarat for more than 2 decades, today the BJP has expressed its resolution letter to take it forward at a faster pace.
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Earlier, releasing the BJP’s election manifesto, Nadda said that by spending Rs 25,000 crore, we will take forward the “facility of irrigation” under the Sujalam Suflam scheme. Along with this, we will set up two Sea Food Parks in South Gujarat and one in Saurashtra. He said that under the Ayushman Bharat Yojana, the health coverage of up to 5 lakhs will be increased to 10 lakhs. Under the Chief Minister’s Free Diagnostic Scheme, two corpus will be made which will make all types of diagnosis free in the economically weaker section. Nadda said that in terms of education, 20 thousand government schools will be made schools of excellence in the next five years with a budget of Rs 10,000 crore. In the same manner 4 Gujarat Institute of Technology will be developed.