Rajasthan: PM Narendra Modi visited Shrinath ji in Nathdwara, and addressed the meeting by doing a roadshow


There are 6 months left for the assembly elections in Rajasthan and from today itself BJP has made an election conch shell. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself has started this for the elections today from Nathdwara in Rajasthan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today first visited Shrinathji at Nathdwara, a famous pilgrimage center in Rajsamand district.

After this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Rajbhog's tableau in the Shrinathji temple. Here the temple trust welcomed him. Modi reached Udaipur by helicopter to visit Shrinathji. After darshan, the Prime Minister did a road show here.

After visiting the Shrinathji temple, Modi did a road show and then addressed the gathering at the Damodar Stadium. From here he laid the foundation stone of PM Mavli-Marwar Broad Gauge Project. In its first phase, the 82-kilometer railway line from Nathdwara to Deogarh will be upgraded. The PM gifted projects worth Rs 5,500 crore to Rajasthan here. During this, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot was also present. Gehlot said in his address, we are all sitting on the same platform, and such opportunities rarely come. There is no enmity in a democracy. There is a battle of ideology. At the same time, the PM once again addressed Ashok Gehlot as 'my friend'.

pc- Dainik bhaskar