Despite Cyclone Ockhi PM Modi will visit poll battle ground of Gujarat
New Delhi: Cyclone Ockhi did not change the mind of our PM as Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been decisive to go ahead with his three-day visit to poll battle ground Gujarat starting Wednesday. Most of political leaders were called off their trips to Gujarat in view of Cyclone Ockhi
Earlier, the forecast of Ockhi striking the shores of Surat and elsewhere in State by midnight of Tuesday became the reason to the cancellation of public rallies by many political parties, along with the three-day visit of Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi.
BJP the Saffron party national President Amit Shah, who was in the state, also canceled his rest of the programmes.
But PM Modi’s program, it was declared, would remain same as stated but for a little bit change that Modi would visit Surat on Thursday as a replacement for Wednesday.
Prime Minister Modi will land in the state on Wednesday and at around 9.30A.M., he will deliver his address to the public meeting in Dhandhuka.
After that, Modi will lead for the tribal as a programme scheduled in Dahod at 12 noon and after that in Netrang at 2.00 p.m.
On Thursday, the visit to Surat will be in the swing of things in-between his previously declared visits to Bhabhar, Kalol, Himatnagar and Vatva. Modi will address a public conference at Bhabhar at 11.00 a.m.
Afterward, PM Modi will take a trip to Kalol in Gandhinagar district at 12:30 p.m. In Himmatnagar, Modi will address a public meeting at 2:30 p.m and will be present in Ahmedabad to address a crowd in Vatva region at 4.00 p.m.
PM Narendra Modi will visit Lunawada at 9:30 in the morning of Friday, here deliver a address to public gathering. After that, he will be to Bodeli at around 11.00 a.m.
Modi will take a tour to the milk capital Anand and address a public rally at 12 noon. PM Modi’s last public rally will be at Mehsana, the Patidar bastion, at 3.00 p.m.
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