Amit Shah is likely to accompany the party’s state unit chief, Jitu Vaghani, when the latter goes to file the nomination papers in Bhavnagar on Tuesday.
“He (PM Modi) has not spoken about his vision for India because he doesn’t know what his vision really is. Governance does not mean you reach France and place orders for Rafales across the table,” said Sibal in reference to PM Modi’s vision for betterment of the nation.
“The Modi government’s good governance and reforms receive yet another vindication. Moody’s upgrades India’s sovereign ratings for the 1st time since 2004,” Shah said in a tweet.
According to a survey conducted by the American think tank, more than eight in ten Indians say economic conditions are “good” in the country despite Modi’s decision to abolish high-value bank notes last November.
Gujarat elections LIVE updates: BJP’s chief opponent, Congress, has also not come out with its list for the state. The Congress also held meetings in New Delhi on Wednesday to decide upon candidates for the upcoming polls.
Gujarat Elections: In 2012, Amit Shah won from Naranpura by over 60,000 votes, polling nearly 70% of the vote
The Karadiya Rajputs have come together following filing of criminal cases against one of their leaders from Budhel village, Dansang Mori. The community alleges that the cases have been lodged at the instance of Vaghani.
No one has been arrested yet for the RSS worker’s murder.
Narendra Patel said he will make the evidence of ‘bribery deal’ talks with Amit Shah public and produce it in court after candidates file their nomination papers ahead of the Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017.
The farmers’ outfit had earlier contacted Surat BJP leaders and told them that they wanted to bring the issues of farmers and income tax notices served on sugarcane co-operative mills in front of Amit Shah
The media interaction was significant as the GST council is set to announce revisions on Friday, with an eye on the Gujarat polls, where traders have been resenting its implementation.
BJP national president Amit Shah, who began his career as a booth in-charge in Naranpura, relived the old days as he launched a door-to-door campaign – Maha Sampark Abhiyaan – in his former constituency
This is Amit Shah’s only public contact programme during his current five-day visit to the state which began on Saturday from Gandhidham in Kutch.
Shah, who has been camping in Gujarat since Saturday to strategise for the upcoming polls, held meetings with the BJP workers of Valsad, Navsari and Dang districts at the Tata Hall in Navsari town of south Gujarat in the morning.
Shah told mediapersons at Gandhidham, referring to the remarks made by the Congress leader during his recent pre-poll visits to the state. Shah is on a five-day tour of Gujarat, beginning from Kutch.