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PM Modi concludes 'largest & longest' roadshow in Gujarat

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mega roadshow in Gujarat's Ahmedabad was attended by more than 10 lakh people, as per reports.

With attendees of over 10 lakh, it was Prime Minister's largest and longest roadshow in the country, as it spanned around 50 kilometres and passed through as many as 14 Vidhan Sabha seats-- 13 from Ahmedabad and one in Gandhinagar. The mega roadshow of PM Modi started from the Naroda Gam and ended at Gandhinagar South constituency. PM Modi made at least 35 stops at memorials of prominent personalities, including Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, on the way.

Ahmedabad saw great enthusiasm among the people as people lined both sides of the streets through which the Prime Minister's convoy passed. Showering petals on his convoy, the crowd chanted 'Modi...Modi' as they held up his posters.

The Prime Minister was also seen greeting people and waving at them.
Be it roads, balconies or rooftops of buildings, the locals crammed every available space to catch a glimpse of the Prime Minister.

The public's enthusiasm and affection were evident in the fact that it took around 4 hours for the Prime Minister's convoy to traverse this distance.

As the second phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections is scheduled to be held on December 5, the top leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has intensified its campaigning across 93 constituencies.


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