Gujarat Election 2017: PM Modi visits Ambaji Temple through Seaplane today

Gujarat Election 2017: PM Modi visits Ambaji Temple through Seaplane today
Written by Pallavi Parmar

PM Modi visits Ambaji Temple today to hold last day campaign for Gujarat elections 2017. In the morning Prime Minister Narendra Modi boarded seaplane from the Sabarmati River to Dharoi Dam in the Mehsana district. Seaplane the single-engine plane from the Sardar Bridge that connects the old city with Ahmedabad West. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become the first person to board seaplane which launched in India in 2010. It was the historifying moment for India. However, today is the last day of the second phase of the Gujarat election campaign. The second phase election of the Gujarat will take place on 14th December.

The seaplane is the part of BJP’s development model in Gujarat. It will boost the election in favour of BJP party. After travelling in the seaplane from Sabarmati to Dharoi Dam, PM Modi visited Ambaji temple to offer prayers. As per the reports, the Gujarat police have restricted BJP and Congress to conduct second phase rally for upcoming elections. So, PM Modi decided to take a ride of seaplane before the election that will boost up the game for BJP in Gujarat. While on other the opposition criticising this step of PM Modi.

Today, PM Modi visited Ambaji Temple through the first-ever Seaplane of India. The first seaplane of India is six-seater. As per the reports, PM Modi will come back on the same plane to Ahmedabad. Moreover, this development plan of BJP will help the party to ensure victory in Gujarat. However, the seaplane was launched by the Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel in 2010 named as Jahan Hans. And the Prime Minister Narendra Modi became the first passenger to take off the seaplane from Sabarmati popular river of Gujarat to Dobrai Dam. On another side, Congress President Rahul Gandhi hold the press conference to extend his views to people before the second phase of the Gujarat election.

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Pallavi Parmar

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