BJP president Amit Shah has been on a rigorous party campaign since 4 November and following a detailed itinerary to cover eight districts during his Gujarat visit.
On Wednesday, Shah met BJP workers of four districts at Junagadh. In the morning, election-oriented guidance programmes had been organised at Kailash farm, Khalipur crossroad, Junagadh, with all the district’s Shakti Kendra in-charge. He also joined the campaign in support of the note ban at Junagadh where a large number of people joined him. Amit Shah, addressing the in-charge of the Shakti Kendras of these districts said, “The party activists are pillars of the BJP. As a result of the hard work and commitment of the workers, BJP has become the world’s largest party.”
He then moved on to visit Porbandar, Gir Somnath, Bharuch, Narmada, Anand, Kheda, and Mahisagar. In Bharuch and Narmada districts, Shah met the in-charge of two ‘Shakti Kendras’ and two leading workers of BJP after which two meetings were held in Nadiad. On the fourth day of campaigning for the Gujarat Assembly elections, 34 MLAs talked to Amit Shah and other leaders of the BJP.
On Thursday, which is his last day of the programme, Shah will be back in Surat and Tapi and will then move to Jamnagar city and Devbumi Dwarka. In addition, along with BJP’s leading activists, Kedeshwar Mahadev Bardoli will have a two-stage guidance programme that shall also include a lot of interaction with the party workers.  Amit Shah will guide the workers of Jamnagar city, Jamnagar district, and Devbhoomi Dwarka from South Gujarat to Saurashtra region on the last day.
After completing his meetings with party members, he will go to Vadodara city and Chhota Udepur.
BJP spokesperson Jagdish Bhavsar said, “Amit Shah will be in talks with the in-charge of power centres in Surat district and Tapi districts of South Gujarat at 9.30 am on his fifth and final day tour.”
BJP spokesperson said Amit Shah will interact with the in-charge of Shakti Kendras and other prominent workers of Vadodara metropolitan, Vadodara district and Chhota Udaipur and take a stock of the work done in South Gujarat and Central Gujarat.
A dialogue programme has been orgnaised with 29 assembly workers on the final day of Amit Shah’s ‘Gujarat Gaurav Maha-Sampark Abhiyan’