Prime Minister Narendra Modi today ramnavami Of opportunity But will address the 14th foundation day of Umiyadham temple at Gathila in Junagadh district through video conference. In a statement issued on Saturday, the Prime Minister’s Office said the temple was inaugurated by Modi in 2008 when he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat. Based on the suggestions of Modi, the temple trust is carrying out various social and health related activities like providing free cataract surgery and free ayurvedic medicines to the economically weaker sections of the society.
In which PM Modi will address the Patidars through video conference at 1 pm. The Chief Minister will also be present in the 14th Maha Patotsav. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and CR Patil are the chief guests. Patotsav will be held at Umiya Mataji Temple, the main organization of Kadwa Patidar. Before the elections, there is a sudden spurt in the Gujarat tour of the leaders. The leaders of the center are constantly participating in various events as well as participating in the Khatmurhut and the launch scheme.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi can visit Jamnagar on April 19. Will pay tribute at the building of ‘Global Center for Traditional Medicine’ in Jamnagar. The center will be run in collaboration with the central government and WHO. Drug research center will be built here. Modi is likely to come directly from Delhi to Jamnagar. From there they will be sent back to Delhi. After one day of this visit he will return to Gujarat and then stay in Gujarat for two days.
On April 21, Prime Minister Modi will sound the election horn from Dahod. Prime Minister Modi is coming on a two-day visit to Gujarat in April. Where he will address two public meetings. The Prime Minister will begin his assembly election campaign from Dahod during his visit on April 21 and 22. R. Patil presided over the meeting. According to the current information, PM Modi will address a tribal convention in Dahod on April 21. In which more than 5 lakh tribals will be present. It is noteworthy that PM Modi’s visit to Dahod will be very important as Congress has been opposing the Par-Tapi-Narmada river link-up project in tribal areas for some time now.
PM Modi will address a convention of 2 lakh women in Banaskantha on the evening of 22 April. PM Modi will address a convention of women shepherds on the evening of the second day of his Gujarat tour on 22 April. PM will talk about the important role of these women in realizing the dream of self-reliant India. PM Modi will be on a tour of Gujarat for 2 days in April. Where development works in various districts will be completed and inaugurated.