Bhavnagar: The first phase of an election ended on last
Saturday and the second phase of election is going to be held on 14th December,
so BJP and Congress are trying hard to convince the voters to vote in their favour.
A public meeting was held by Union Minister Purshottam Rupala from BJP in Talod
taluka at Prantij where people were present in large number.
Very few days are left for the second phase of assembly
election 2017 so the publicity activities by BJP-Congress have stirred up for
the election at 33 Assembly Constituency Prantij, Talod. A district-level
public meeting had already been held on 8th December at Himmatnagar where Prime
Minister Narendra Modi was present. The other public meeting was held by BJP to
convince the voters of Prantij, Talod to vote in their favour, in which, Union
Minister Purshottam Rupala gave the speech. In his speech, he attacked Congress
party by his words and showed the confidence that Congress could not withstand
before the development of Gujarat and will be swept out from Gujarat and BJP
would surely win in this election too. He appealed people of Prantij, Talod to
vote for Gajendrasingh and favour Lotus. He said that Congress uses abusing
word like "Lukha" for the opponent; back covers bad guy like Latif;
possesses leader like Manishankar who does not have ethics; who failed Uttar
Pradesh Municipality election due to poor model; absence of essential Emergency
Services like 108 and also worst ambulance services during their rule. Hence,
the time has arrived to prove that Narendra Modi can write the history of
Gujarat in golden words with the help of Narmada Project; so, he appealed the
public to vote for Lotus on 14th December and help Gajendrasingh to win and
take revenge of the insult done to our leader.
On this occasion, MP Dilipsingh Rathod, BJP candidate
Gajendrasingh Parmar, Babubhai Patel, Pradeepsingh Rathod, Nrupashbhai Patel,
J.D.Patel, President of Municipality Nirav Parekh, BJP city and taluka
President along with BJP workers, leaders and Municipal Corporators and
thousands of people were present.