Gujarat Election 2022: Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) is on a three-day tour in the electoral state of Gujarat. During this, PM Narendra Modi targeted the Congress leader (Congress) and his Bharat Jodo Yatra without naming Rahul Gandhi in a public meeting. Modi said, ‘A Congress leader was seen taking out a padyatra with the woman who stalled the Narmada dam project for three decades.’ The PM said that ask the Congress that by placing hands on the shoulders of those who were against the Narmada dam, you are taking out a padayatra. What would have happened if the Narmada dam had not been built?
PM Modi accused Medha Patkar of defaming Gujarat so much that the World Bank had stopped funding for the project. At a rally in Gujarat, PM Modi said that a picture of a Congress leader standing with those opposing the Narmada project was published in the newspaper today. He did everything to stall the project for decades and ensured that no money from the World Bank reached Gujarat.
‘BJP is getting immense blessings of the public’
The Prime Minister said, "It is the result of our hard work that the agriculture growth rate in Gujarat which was in minus, has reached double digits today." The PM further said, ‘The result of our united efforts of two decades is that BJP is getting immense blessings of the people.’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a public meeting in Dhoraji, "The aim of BJP is to make Gujarat developed and prosperous. That’s why your blessings are important to me. Citizens of Gujarat, Citizens of Kutch-Kathiawad, you are my teacher and you have trained me."
Medha Patkar participated in the Bharat Jodo Yatra
Please inform that Medha Patkar had participated in the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Maharashtra on 17th November. During this, Congress had tweeted pictures of Rahul Gandhi talking to the worker by placing his hand on Medha Patkar’s shoulder. BJP strongly criticized it. Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel questioned Medha Patkar’s presence in the yatra and said, "Congress and Rahul Gandhi have time and again shown their enmity towards Gujarat and Gujaratis."