Hi-Tech Modi to campaign simultaneously in four cities of Gujarat through 3D
As the Gujarat assembly elections nears, Chief Minister Narendra Modi is all set to unleash a hi-fi virtual audio-visual three-dimentional campaign through which he will address the audience in four major cities of the state simultaneously.
Talking to media about the new strategy ahead of the elections, senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley and Modi said this mega blitzkrieg on the opposition will starts from 6 p.m. on November 18 from four cities - Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Rajkot and Surat.
"This technology is being utilize first time for elections campaign in Gujarat. The audience will have a feel that he (Modi) is addressing right from there in all four cities. We will also organise such virtual campaigns in other cities of the state later," said Jaitley.
Modi is seeking to perpetuate his support base with youth who constitute over one-fourth of total voters in Gujarat as about one crore out of a total of 3.79 crore voters in the state belong to the age group of 18-29.
Assembly polls in Gujarat will be conducted in two phases on December 13 and 17. On November 17, the Election Commission is expected to issue a notification for filing of nominations for the first phase of elections for 87 constituencies including four in Ahmedabad rural area, 48 seats in all districts of Saurashtra region and 35 seats in south Gujarat.