Munde accompanied the Gujarat CM during his Swami Vivekanand Yuva Vikas Yatra. During a tribal rally at Uchchhal town in Tapi district, Munde said, "Modi is not only pride of six crore people of Gujarat but also of ten crore Maharashtrians."
Stating about the plans and strategies for the upcoming assembly election in Gujarat, the deputy leader of BJP in Lok Sabha said, "BJP workers from Maharashtra will join their counterparts in Gujarat for making BJP victorious in upcoming Assembly polls. The workers from both the state will work together for ensuring hat-trick of Modi government."
Modi on Sunday celebrated 11th anniversary of his rule in the state. While addressing the crowd, he said, "I am happy celebrating 11th anniversary of my rule in the state with the tribal community of south Gujarat instead of doing it in the state capital of Gandhinagar."
Modi has already kicked off his campaign in the poll-bound state and experts believe that no one can stop him from winning the elections for the third consecutive time.
Recently, LensOnNews poll conducted among a representative sample of 7294 voters spread over 52 assembly constituencies across the state finds that the BJP is set to garner 50 per cent of the vote in the coming election and that this would translate into a tally of 133 seats, a share of more than 70 per cent in the 182-seat assembly.
According to the survey results, BJP will gain only one per cent of vote share but would get 16 more seats as compared to its 2007 tally. On the contrary, the Congress is slated to maintain its 38 per cent vote share but get only 43 seats - a drop of 16 seats from its 2007 tally.