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On Thursday  13th December 2012 Shri Narendra Modi will address a total of 8 public meetings for seeking support for BJP candidates in the 2012 Vidhan Sabha elections.

Shri Modi will address meetings in the following places:

Shri Modi will address campaign meetings in the following places:

TIME

PLACE

9:00 AM Mundra (Kutch district)
10:00 AM
Nakhatrana (Kutch district)
12.00 AM Diyodar (Banaskantha district)
1.00 PM Siddhpur (Patan district)
2:00 PM Balol (Mehsana district)
3:45 PM Savli (Vadodara district)
6:00 PM Karelibaug (Vadodara district)
8:00 PM Dehgam (Gandhinagar)
 

On 11th December Shri Modi addressed 9 public meetings and raised asked the Prime Minister not to give Sir Creek to Pakistan as it will compromise the nation’s security and interests. He also asked the Prime Minister not to mislead the nation by taking Atal ji’s name.

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Delimitation has to happen at a quick pace so that J&K gets an elected Government: PM

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has called today’s meeting with political leaders from Jammu and Kashmir an important step in the ongoing efforts towards a developed and progressive J&K, where all-round growth is furthered.

In a series of tweets after the meeting, the Prime Minister said.

“Today’s meeting with political leaders from Jammu and Kashmir is an important step in the ongoing efforts towards a developed and progressive J&K, where all-round growth is furthered.

Our priority is to strengthen grassroots democracy in J&K. Delimitation has to happen at a quick pace so that polls can happen and J&K gets an elected Government that gives strength to J&K’s development trajectory.

Our democracy’s biggest strength is the ability to sit across a table and exchange views. I told the leaders of J&K that it is the people, specially the youth who have to provide political leadership to J&K, and ensure their aspirations are duly fulfilled.”