PM Modi will address a rally in Valsad and attend a mass wedding ceremony today in Gujarat

At 3 p.m. today, PM Modi will speak to the public at a gathering in the village of Kaprada in the Valsad district. At around 5:45 p.m., he will attend the mass wedding event known as “Papa Ni Pari” Lagnotsav 2022 in Bhavanagar.

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According to news agency ANI, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak at a public rally in Valsad today and take part in a large wedding event in Bhavnagar. At 3 p.m. today, the Prime Minister will speak to a crowd at Kaprada village in the Valsad area. He would arrive at Bhanvagar at around 5:45 pm to attend the mass wedding event known as “Papa Ni Pari” Lagnotsav 2022.

There will be 552 females getting married who don’t have father figures at the event.

PM Modi will make his first trip to his home state of Gujarat today following the announcement of the Gujarat election schedule by the Indian Election Commission.

The vote will be counted on December 8 and the entire process will be finished by December 10. The election will be held in two phases in the state, with voting in the first phase taking place in 89 assembly constituencies on December 1 and in the second phase in 93 assembly constituencies on December 5.

In Gujarat, the BJP has won six straight elections for the legislature. In order to give candidates more time to campaign, the Congress is eager to make a choice about candidates as soon as possible. It also wants to strengthen its campaign through yatras.

Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Chief Minister and AAP National leader, is leading the party’s campaign with all of its power this year, which has turned the election into a triangular one.

The ABP-CVoter Opinion Poll anticipated that the incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party will win a seventh consecutive term in Gujarat with an estimate of 135 to 143 seats, widening the margin by 40 seats.

In contrast, it is anticipated that the Congress party, which won 77 seats in the 2017 elections, will only win 36 to 44 seats in the forthcoming Gujarat Assembly Elections in 2022.

With a projected one seat in the next elections, the newly formed Aam Aadmi Party may find it difficult to establish itself on the BJP’s ground.