Those who defame Gujarat should not find a place in the state: PM Modi at an election rally. gujarat election news

ValsadPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday invoked Gujarati pride and urged people to beware of those who defame Gujarat and say they should not find a place in the state.
Addressing a rally in Valsad district ahead of next month’s assembly elections, Modi said the people of Gujarat never hurt anyone and embraced whoever came to Gujarat.
He said that wherever Gujaratis go, they mix it like sugar in milk.
Modi addressed a huge roadshow in Vapi Before addressing the rally in Valsad.
Hundreds of people lined up on both sides of the road to welcome him.
“Beware of those people who want to defame Gujarat and are speaking against us. They are trying to defame Gujarat and Gujaratis. They are also trying to defame our state in foreign countries.”
He said, “Tell them to stop using such language. The people of Gujarat never tried to hurt anyone. Wherever they went, they mingled with the local people like sugar dissolves in milk. If someone comes from outside, they have embraced him.” Rally.
He said that those who want to defame Gujarat should not find a place in the state.
Modi said, “Brothers and sisters, those who want to defame Gujarat should have no place in Gujarat. We can never accept those who try to subvert Gujarat.”
He also took a dig at the Congress saying that the current monthly data usage bill which is Rs 250-300 would have been Rs 5,000 if the Congress was in power.
The Prime Minister said, “In the previous Congress regime, 1 GB data cost Rs 300, now it is Rs 10. The current monthly data usage bill is Rs 250-300. If Congress was in power, it would have been Rs 5,000.”
He said that the central government has helped in simplifying the life of the people and also saved money on mobile phone data.
He said, “In previous governments, you used to get Rs 4,000-5,000 monthly bill for using mobile phone, WhatsApp, Reel, Instagram etc. Today because of my government’s policies, you can get it for Rs 250.”
He said that first time voters are going to decide the future of Gujarat.
The BJP is seeking a seventh consecutive term in power in Gujarat, where assembly elections are due in two phases on December 1 and 5. The counting of votes will take place on December 8.
He said, “I have to tell them that you are not voting just because you have turned 18, but you are deciding the future of Gujarat. You will decide the policies of Gujarat. For these youths, their lives The next 25 years are critical.” importance,” Modi said.
He said that the next quarter of India’s century is as important as the next 25 years of his life.
He said, “I have to ask first time voters that your votes include the decision of Gujarat and India for the next 25 years.”
The Prime Minister said the budget for fishermen has increased from Rs 10-11 crore in 2015-16 to Rs 900 crore.
The PM said that his government has worked to empower citizens, farmers, youth, women and fishermen and brought policies to empower them to strengthen Gujarat.
“People ask me why am I working so hard when the BJP is going to win Gujarat (the election) when I went between Arunachal Pradesh in the morning, Daman and Kashi and Valsad in the evening in a single day.
The Prime Minister said, “I said that you are right that the people of Gujarat are contesting the elections and they have decided to elect the BJP.”
Modi said that in a democracy it is his duty to give account of his work and seek blessings in the form of votes.
“I am here to fulfill my duty. I am your servant. In 22 years, I have not sat down to serve as much as possible. As it is my duty to ask for votes, it is your duty to vote.” , and also to get people to vote,” he said.
Modi said that behind India’s development is the power of people’s vote.
“India’s place in the world and development in India is because of your vote for the lotus (BJP’s election symbol). That’s why the country is blooming like a lotus. Gujarat is at the top of development because of people’s awareness.” Blessings of mothers and sisters and hard work of youth of Gujarat.”
India has to become self-reliant to become a developed nation. For India to become self-reliant, Gujarat has to be made self-reliant. The responsibility of Gujarat is huge for that.
The Prime Minister reminded that earlier there were no education facilities in Valsad, but today everything is there.
He also told about Skill University and said that 21st century is the century of skills.
He said, “There are 80,000 startups in India, of which 14,000 are in Gujarat alone. There is an unprecedented opportunity to expand entrepreneurship in Gujarat. The youth of Gujarat are becoming job creators, not job creators.”
The PM also said that elections are fought neither by the BJP nor its candidates, but by the people of Gujarat.
“Elections are not fought by the BJP or its candidates, or the Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel Or Narendra Modi. Elections are contested by the citizens of Gujarat. Elections are a celebration of democracy and maximum number of people should participate in it.”
BJP sources said Modi, who left for his home state on Saturday, will address four rallies in Bhavnagar, Amreli and Junagadh districts on Sunday.

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