CM to address people across 53 places in Gujarat simultaneously using 3D technology.

Shri Modi to campaign in parts of Central and North Gujarat


On Monday 10th December 2012 Shri Narendra Modi will address 7 public meetings and will address people across 60 places of Gujarat simultaneously using 3D technology.

Shri Modi will address campaign meetings in the following places:



9:00 AM Karjan (Vadodara district)
10:15 AM Panchela
11:30 AM Bayad (Sabarkantha)
1:15 PM Jalotara (Banaskantha)
2:20 PM Patan (Patan district)
3:30 PM Vijapura (Mehsana district)
7:30 PM Gandhinagar (Gandhinagar district)

At 6.30 PM Shri Modi will address people across 53 places of Gujarat using 3D Projection technology. This is the first time in the entire world that such technology has been used to connect with people.

On 9th December, Shri Modi took on the Prime Minister and asked him to rise above votebank politics. Shri Modi also punctured the lies spread by the Prime Minister on various issues such as water situation in Gujarat and the unemployment figures in Gujarat. Shri Modi punctured the ‘facts’ laid out by the Prime Minister.

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