CM to address 60 public meetings on 14/12/2012

Published By : Admin | December 13, 2012 | 13:15 IST
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Shri Modi to address 60 public meetings across various parts of Gujarat 

Shri Modi to address public meetings across 7 places in Gujarat 

Shri Modi to address people across 53 places of Gujarat through 3D projection technology

 

On Friday 14th December 2012 Shri Narendra Modi will address 7 public meetings for seeking support for BJP candidates in the 2012 Vidhan Sabha elections. He will also address people across 53 places of Gujarat simultaneously suing 3D projection technology.

 

Shri Modi will address meetings in the following places:

 

TIME

PLACE

9:00 AM Jhalod (Dahod district)
10:00 AM Morva Hadaf (Panchmahal district)
11.30 AM Padra (Vadodara district)
12.45 PM Khambhat (Anand district)
2:00 PM Anand (Anand district)
3:15 PM Himmatnagar (Sabarkantha district)
7:30 PM Khokhra, Maninagar (Ahmedabad district)
 

At 6:00 PM in the evening Shri Modi will address people across 53 places of Gujarat through 3D projection technology. This is the first time such technology has been used for election purposes across the world and Shri Modi has yet again done Gujarat proud by bringing such technology to the state. Earlier he addressed 4 meeting through this technology.

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