Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: PM Narendra Modi Addresses 34 Rallies, Rahul Gandhi 30 Plus Visit to 12 Temples

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Ahmedabad, December 13: With the end to the campaign for Gujarat Assembly elections on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had addressed 34 public rallies in his home state and Congress President-elect Rahul Gandhi leader had addressed 30 rallies, beginning from the day the polls were announced on October 25. The Gandhi scion also addressed various public meetings, held interactions with various groups, and visited as many as 12 temples.

ources said Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah addressed 31 rallies while travelling 6,665 kms in the poll-bound state since November 21, the Indian Express reported.

Modi and Rahul were star campaigners for their parties who travelled across the state to woo voters. The elections are a litmus test for the BJP as Modi’s home state is going to polls for the first time after he assumed office in Delhi.

Here is the last of rallies:

34 Modi rallies

November 27: Bhuj, Jasdan, Dhari, Olpad
November 29: Morbi, Prachi (Somnath), Palitana, Navsari
December 3: Bharuch, Surendranagar, Rajkot
December 4: Dharampur, Bhavnagar, Junagadh, Jamnagar
December 6: Dhandhuka, Dahod, Netranag
December 7: Surat
December 8: Vav, Kalol, Himmatnagar, Nikol
December 9: Lunavada, Bodeli, Anand, Mehsana
December 10: Palanpur, Sanand, Kaalol, Vadodara
December 11: Patan, Nadiad, Karnavati city

31 Shah rallies

November 21: Bhavnagar city
November 26: Vagara
December 1: Mangrol, Kodnagar, Somanth
December 3: Mandavi, Mahuva, Rapar, Anjar
December 4: Vyara, Bardoli, Jalalpore, Gandevi
December 6: Dwarka, Khamvhalia
December 7: Santrampur, Kheralu, Siddhpur, Dehgam
December 8: Deesa, Kaalol, Mahudha, Dholka
December 9: Jhalod, Garbada, Mehemdabad, Matar
December 11: Vav, Anklav, Borsad, Dabhoi

30 Rahul rallies

November 2: Valsad
November 3: Varachha (Surat)
November 11: Khedbrahma (Sabarkantha)
November 12: Palanpur (Banaskantha), Patan
November 13: Visnagar (Mehsana), Varana (Patan)
November 24: Ahmedabad
November 25: Dahod
November 29: Amreli
November 30 : Bhavnagar
December 5: Anjar (Kutch), Morbi, Dhrangadhra (Surendranagar), Wadhwan (Surendranagar)
December 8: Jetpur, Ranesar (Ahmedabad), Anand
December 9: Harij (Patan), Kanodar (Banaskantha), Vadnagar, Vijapur (Mehsana)
December 10: Kheda, Aravali, Deodhar (Banaskantha, Kalol (Gandhinagar)
December 11: Banaskantha, Viramgam, Savli (Vadodara), Gandhinagar

12 temple visits by Rahul

November 2: Unai Mata Temple, Navsari
November 11: Ambaji Temple, Banaskantha
November 12: Wadinath Temple, Thara (Banaskantha)
November 13: Vir Meghmaya Temple (Patan), Shankeshwar Jain Temple (Patan), Bahucharaji Temple (Mehsana)
November 29 : Somnath Temple
November 30: Gopinathji Mandir (Botad)
December 8: Mogal Dham Mandir (Ranesar in Ahmedabad)
December 10: Ranchhodji Temple (Kheda), Shamlaji Temple (Aravali)
December 12: Lord Jagnnathji Temple, Ahmedabad

The voting for the first phase of Gujarat polls was held on December 9 which recorded 68 per cent voter turnout. The second phase of voting is on December 14. The counting of votes and results will be declared on December 18.