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High-profile leaders witness BJP and Congress LS candidates filing nominations in Gujarat

Numerous public gatherings and processions marked the filing of nomination papers by BJP and Congress candidates in various constituencies in Gujarat for the Lok Sabha elections. Union Agriculture Minister Parshottam Rupala led a massive procession in Rajkot, accompanied by high-profile leaders including former Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and former Governor Vajubhai Vala.

In his speech, Rupala thanked senior leaders and party workers for their efforts in Rajkot. He emphasized unity and cooperation in his campaign, apologizing to the Kshatriya community. The Congress also showed strong support, with candidates filing nominations in districts like Ahmedabad West, joined by local and state leaders showcasing party solidarity.

Across constituencies like Kutch, Gandhinagar, Amreli, and more, candidates from both parties were supported by a mix of state leaders, local politicians, and community members. Congress attendees included Gujarat Congress chief Shaktisinh Gohil, AICC Secretary Ramkishan Ojha, and others, showing a united front with speeches highlighting party agendas.

The nomination events in Gujarat witnessed a show of strength by BJP and Congress candidates, with public gatherings and processions setting the tone for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Leaders from both parties rallied support and showcased unity among their ranks, promising an intense campaign in the state.


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