For BJP, the party is bigger than the individual and the country is bigger than the party, PM Modi said in Mehsana – this is our culture
Political preparations have intensified on behalf of all the parties for the Gujarat assembly elections to be held in two phases and the round of rallies of the leaders is also continuing unabated. On behalf of the BJP, Prime Minister Modi has taken the responsibility for Gujarat's victory on his shoulders. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address around 35 more rallies in Gujarat by the end of campaigning for the second phase. BJP leaders said that on November 23 and 24, he will address meetings in Mehsana, Dahod, Vadodara, Bhavnagar, Palanpur, Dehgam, Matar, and Dholka. In this sequence, today PM Narendra Modi addressed a public meeting in Mehsana, Gujarat. Mehsana district got the distinction of being the country's first Suryagram and with the launch of Modhera Suryagram, the glory of Modhera spread all over the world. Meanwhile, the Mehsana district also shone.
PM Modi said that Bharatiya Janata Party is such a party for which the party is bigger than the individual and the country is bigger than the party, this is our culture and we work with this culture. The power sector has filled the gap today and has given so much energy to Gujarat, which has made Gujarat so bright. This Narendra, Bhupendra government is equally concerned about animals. A campaign of free animal slaughter is going on across the country spending a budget of Rs 14000 crore.
PM Modi said that today 12 lakh sisters in Gujarat are involved in animal husbandry and to empower those sisters, we have decided that the money that will come from dairy will go directly to the sisters' accounts. Let us tell you that the party is going to hold rallies in the 93 assembly constituencies of the state for the second phase of polling today. Leaders who participated in the public meetings include BJP National President JP Nadda, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Maharashtra Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis, Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, and Union Ministers Parshottam Rupala and Mansukh Mandaviya.