Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, who has been campaigning in other states for the party for more than a week now, will begin his campaign in Gujarat from today.
Modi was in Jharkhand yesterday and he addressed six public meetings in the various constituencies of the state. So far, Modi had addressed more than 75 public meetings in around 10 states covering over 60 Parliamentary constituencies, said BJP sources.
According to a BJP release, Modi is scheduled to address public meeting at Dehgam, Bhavnagar Panchmahal and Mehsana today and would attend a public rally at Bardoli in South Gujarat on April 15.
Subsequently to Barldoi meeting, he will go and campaign for the party in neighbouring Maharashtra, where he is also in charge of organisation for the Lok Sabha elections.
All 26 Lok Sabha seats of Gujarat will go to polls in the third phase on April 30.