Ahmedabad, Oct 16 (): Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi very sincerely and most honestly is getting ready for the assembly election that is to be held in December by sticking to his plan of developing the state’s infrastructure and delivery system to fulfill the promises that had been made in the past ten years.
Modi who remains to be trustworthy of the people of Gujarat has achieved maximum goal by turning Gujarat into a paradise in the recent past. Though it is expected to be a tough competition, Narendra Modi will definitely click for the next term, feels the BJP.
As far as the BJP is concerned, Modi had struggled hard in fanning the complications that had been faced by the people of Gujarat by assigning his party workers specific tasks to find solutions.
The Congress on the other hand has been making promising declaration of implementing popular schemes that included a cut in value-tax of petroleum products, inexpensive homes for women in the city limit areas, plots for the rural poor free of cost as well as one lakh government jobs , ahead of polls.
Meanwhile, numerous visits ahead of the polls by former BJP leader Sanjay Joshi seemed to have raised many eyebrows among the political circles in Gujarat. After being expelled from the BJP, Joshi who is on a two-day visit had been visiting the state for the fourth time over a period of four months that might be causing little concern to the Modi government.
Sanjay Joshi who was followed by a team of state intelligence bureau after arriving on Sunday left to Navsari and conducted a meeting with his supporters on Monday and also visited Shabri Dham temple at Subir in Dang area, said sources.
Sanjay Joshi, the arch-rival of the Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi was welcomed openly by the RSS workers for the first time after his expulsion from the BJP.
“People who had come here to invite me might be facing trouble politically. If they would have thought of getting tickets for elections then it will be little difficult now,” said Joshi who held secret meetings with his supporters in Surat.