Gujarat assembly election 2017: PM Modi to address poll rally in Gujarat’s Dhanduka


NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, December 6 will address to people in several election rallies at Dhanduka, Dahod and Netrang constituencies of Gujarat state, which assembly election 2017 about to come soon in the state.

PM Modi was about to address an election rally in Surat today but due to Cyclone Ockhi in the poll-bound state, Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) has canceled the rally.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had requested to BJP workers to extend assistance hand to those people who would likely be hit by the cyclone.

Currently, PM Modi had swatted at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi during Valsad poll rally, saying “Congress has gone bankrupt, as it is going to make a person who is out on bail in corruption case its president.”
“Does the Congress accept that it is a family party? We don’t want this Aurangzeb rule,” PM Modi said.