On March 11 and 12, Prime Minister Narendra Modi began a two-day visit to Gujarat. Modi is attending a major public event in Gujarat for the first time since the Corona era. A 9-kilometer road show has begun from the airport to the BJP’s ‘Kamalam’ office. To welcome Modi, 50 platforms have been built on both sides of the road. There are 4 lakh people involved in this project. Significantly, Narendra Modi served as Gujarat’s Chief Minister for 12 years.
The Prime Minister will hold a meeting with Gujarat’s leaders in ‘Kamalam.’ After that, in the evening, the Sarpanch will attend a conference attended by approximately 1.50 lakh people. The enthusiasm of BJP workers is visible in Gujarat following the victories in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur, and Goa.
Over 46 lakh people have signed up for the Khel Mahakumbh.
The Khel Mahakumbh will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Modi on March 12 at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Navrangpura. There will also be a grand lighting show with 1100 artists at Sardar Patel Stadium. Athletes will be present, but so will people associated with other sports. Khel Mahakumbh will be held in over 500 locations across the state, in addition to Sardar Stadium. More than 46 lakh people have signed up for this.