Shri Modi meets people in Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad, exchanges greetings on Nav Varsh
Gujarat will celebrate another Diwali on 20th December, people determined not to allow darkness to enter Gujarat
CM meets Her Excellency Governor of Gujarat, Dr. Shrimati Kamla and greets her on New Year
Greetings on Nav Varsh! May the New Year further strengthen spirit of ‘All Together, Growth for All’ & may there be peace, joy in our lives: CM on Twitter
On the morning of 14th November 2012 Shri Narendra Modi extended his warm greetings to people on the start of the New Year. Like always, he exchanged New Year Greetings with the people in Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad. The Chief Minister met the Her Excellency the Governor, Dr. Shrimati Kamla at Raj Bhavan and greeted her on the start of the New Year.
Speaking to media persons on the sidelines of meeting people in Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad, the Chief Minister said that Diwali is a festival that is not only celebrated all over India but also the light of Diwali has spread all over the world.He stated that in Gujarat, the day after Diwali marks the start of a New Year and added that on this day we should take a determination that the people of India are free from the darkness of price rise, unemployment and corruption. He prayed that every youngster of the country gets energy to fulfill his or her dreams and there is an atmosphere of development in the nation.
Shri Modi affirmed that Gujarat is celebrating Diwali right now but the people will celebrate another Diwali on 20th December and this Diwali will be after the festival of democracy- elections. He declared that the people of Gujarat are determined not to less darkness enter the state and the journey of brightness that has been going on for the last 11 years will go ahead for 5 more years.
A large number of people from all age groups and sections of society met the Chief Minister in Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad to share the joys of the start of the Nav Varsh.