‘Gujarat Adhiveshan’. While the event has started, Shah, who is considered Chanakya of the BJP, will speak with the MD and editor-in-chief of Network18 at around 8pm.
This high-impact platform will bring together leading political personalities and discuss issues that most impact voters in the state. Among the topics of discussion will be how the state has developed under the leadership of the BJP, what lies ahead for the state, how the betterment of youth can be a priority, and so on. The leaders of the ruling and opposition parties will come together and present their perspectives on issues related to the future of Gujarat.
Held at the Hyatt Regency of Ahmedabad, the marquee will witness political stalwarts including the Home Secretary of the Union of India, Amit Shah, the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Bhupendra Patel, the Minister of Information and Broadcasting and Youth Affairs and Sports of India, Anurag Thakur, the Union Health Minister, Mansukh Mandaviya, the Gujarat Interior Minister, Harsh Sanghvi, the Gujarat State President of the BJP, CR Patil, and several other leaders who attended and graced the stage of Gujarat Adhiveshan.
Gujarat parliamentary elections will be held in two phases on Dec. 1 and 5, while the vote counting will be conducted on Dec. 8, India’s Election Commission (ECI) had announced weeks after it announced polls for the Himachal with 68 seats. Pradesh House.
The term of the 182-member Gujarat assembly will expire on February 18 next year. In Gujarat, according to the electoral roll published on October 10, more than 4.9 crore voters have been registered, of which 4.04 lakh are PwD voters; over 9.8 lakh 80-plus seniors and 4.61 lakh first-time voters.
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