Dr Nishank has been asked to ensure Ahmedabad’s rally successful

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In a bid to retain Gujarat for the fifth consecutive term BJP is  going to launch their election campaign by holding a mega rally in Ahmedabad on October 16. In which Former chief minister of Uttarakhand Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will share dais along with Prime Minister narendra Modi and three union ministers. This development has boosted the morale of the Dr Nishank’s supporter and now they are expecting something big for him in near future. Although officially nobody is acknowledging it but sources have confirmed it. As we know that Guajrat assembly election would real acid test for PM Narendra Modi and national President Amit Shah so this new development speaks lot.

As we know that BJP is having 116 out of 182 member Gajarat Assembly and now desperate to improve its tally i.e. 150 plus seats. As per the schedule Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly polls are slated to be held somewhere in December this year. The Ahmedabad rally will also see the culmination of the 15 days long twin Gujarat Gaurav yatra, which will launch by today (October 2). One will start from Mahatma Gandhi’s birth place Porbandar and second one from Nadiad- the birth place of Sardar Patel.

Even booth level incharge have been asked to bring at least 20 people to the venue. As state has 50,000 booths, which means 10 lakh crowd. It they succeed then it would be biggest rally ever Gujarat witnessed for the last several years.

Three union minister Narendra singh Tomar, Dr jitendra Singh and PP Choudhary and Ex-CM Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank have been told to ensure the success of the rally. As Gujarat election would be acid test for both PM Narendra Modi and BJP National president Amit Shah so Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has given enough hint that government may reduce GST slab in coming days

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