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Gujarat Polls: Election Appears To Be One-Sided, Says BJP Chief JP Nadda At Roadshow

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Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) President JP Nadda stated on Saturday that the election seems to be one-sided as a result of the folks of the state have unconditional love and belief for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and several other developmental initiatives will be sure that the outcomes favour the occasion.

At present, he held a roadshow in Himmatnagar, Gujarat.

“Folks within the state are eager to assist the BJP after the best way Chief Minister Bhupendrabhai Patel has applied numerous growth initiatives within the state,” Nadda was quoted as saying by information company ANI. 

Earlier within the day, the BJP launched its manifesto for the upcoming Gujarat Meeting elections, promising to implement the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) and to ascertain an ‘Anti-radicalisation Cell’ to establish and remove potential threats in addition to sleeper cells of terrorist organisations and anti-India forces.

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Different guarantees made by the occasion embrace creating “20 lakh job alternatives” and rising the state’s financial system to USD one trillion within the following 5 years.

Within the presence of Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and state unit chief C R Paatil, occasion president J P Nadda launched the manifesto on the state BJP headquarters. Different guarantees within the manifesto embrace rising the annual cowl below the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (Ayushman Bharat) from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh per family and offering free schooling to women from “KG to PG” (kindergarten to post-graduation).

The state will maintain two-phase Meeting elections on December 1 and 5, with outcomes anticipated on December 8. It’s a three-cornered contest, with the BJP, Congress, and Aam Aadmi Celebration (AAP) all concerned.

(With Inputs From Companies)


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