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Rajnath to address meetings in the state on Thursday

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Rajnath Singh will visit Gujarat on Thursday to address public meetings in Udhna,Upleta and Sabarmati.

Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad |
April 22, 2009 12:03:55 am

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Rajnath Singh will visit Gujarat on Thursday to address public meetings in Udhna,Upleta and Sabarmati. A day before that,Chief Minister Narendra Modi will address public meetings in seven parliamentary constituencies,beginning 9.30 in the morning at Radhanpur till 8 pm in Vadodara,said a BJP release on Tuesday.

Besides Radhanpur,Modi will address meetings at Unjha,Idar,Keshod,Veraval and Padra before coming to Vadodara for the last meeting of the day.

State party president Purshottam Rupala will also chip in by addressing three public meetings on Wednesday at Gadhda,Patana near Vallabhipur and Bhavnagar (West).

Noted Gujarati film singer and former MP Mahesh Kanodia and his nephew Hiten Kanodia will tour Sabarkantha Lok Sabha constituency to address public meetings at Bhatkota,Kasana,Meghraj,Malpur and Tajpura on Wednesday.

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TV artiste J D Majethia will also hold meetings on Wednesday at Shekhpipaliya,Chavad,Pipalva,Ambardi,Bhurakhiya and Bhingrad in Amreli constituency,the release said.

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