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Shah asks Gujarat not to miss Modi

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  11 Sep 2017 12:00 AM GMT

Ahmedabad, Sept 10: BJP President Amit Shah on Sunday appealed to people in Gujarat not to feel the absence of Prime Minister rendra Modi from the political scerio of the state and stated that he was better placed now to work for the development of the state than as its Chief Minister.

Amit Shah said: “There is no need to miss rendra Modi in Gujarat. He placed Gujarat on the growth map as the Chief Minister, as the Prime Minister he is doing much for the development of the state. Who is more powerful, the Chief Minister or the Prime Minister?”

Shah was answering a question during a town hall video interaction with youth located at 100 places across the State. The event was called Adikham Gujarat (Resolute Gujarat) where the BJP chief claimed to have addressed one lakh youth by taking questions through the social media. He said, “Today I am not a politician, but a professor.” He claimed 3.5 lakh questions had come and this spoke of the expectations and hopes from the Bharatiya Jata Party (BJP). (IANS)

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