What PM’s Modi brother Told During Their Brief Meet In Ahmedabad


PM Modi’s brother Somabhai Modi gets emotional as he talks about PM who visited him earlier today

People cannot ignore the kind of work the center has done since 2014. I asked him (PM Modi) that he works a lot for the country. He should take some rest as well: Somabhai Modi

Somabhai Modi cast his vote at Nishan Public school, Ranip in Ahmedabad, the same polling booth where PM Modi had voted.

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Speaking to ANI, the Prime Minister’s brother revealed his interaction with him.

“I asked him (PM Modi) that he works a lot for the country, and he should take some rest as well,” PM Modi’s brother said.

He said that the people of the country cannot ignore the kind of work that done at the national level since 2014, which he believed would be the basis of voting in the Gujarat Assembly elections.

“My only message to the voters is that they should use their votes well. They should vote for such a party that would work for the development of the country. The people have seen the kind of work that has been done at the national level since 2014. they cannot ignore it. People will vote based on that,” he said.

Earlier today, PM Modi cast his vote at Nishan Public school, Ranip in Ahmedabad, and thanked the people of Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, and Gujarat for celebrating the festival of democracy with great pomp.

“The festival of democracy celebrated with great pomp by the people of Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, and Delhi. I want to thank the people of the country. I also want to congratulate the Election Commission for conducting elections peacefully,” PM Modi said.

The Election Commission has established 26,409 polling booths. and nearly 36,000 Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) will be used for the purpose. Around 29,000 presiding officers and over 84,000 polling officers have been deployed in 14 districts to facilitate the polls.

According to Gujarat’s Chief Electoral Officer P Bharathi, of the total 26,409 polling stations, 93 are model polling booths, 93 are eco-friendly booths. another 93 are managed by Divyang, and 14 are managed by youth. Webcasting will be done in 13,319 polling booths in the second phase.

The counting of votes will be done on December 8.

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