Ahmedabad: Gujarat Chief minister Narendra Modi simultaneously addressed people at 26 locations in 52 places through his third three-dimensional (3-D) holographic technology speech on Tuesday. Thousands of people were present at the various locations to hear Modi’s speech which started at 6:30pm.
Training guns at Congress from various locations simultaneously, Modi kept leveling allegations against the Congress and appealed to the people not to take into consideration any candidate, but to just look at him and vote for the ‘Lotus’ (BJP’s symbol).
He greeted people with his symbolic victory sign which sympolises 'Vikas, Vishwas and Vijay'.
Clad in a parrot green kurta, the CM swayed to a Gujarat song 'Vanthabhyu Gujarat' (unstoppable Gujarat), along with the crowd.
He said elections are just not about selecting candidates but to whom you hand over the reins of 'Vibrant Gujarat'.
Firing fresh salvo at the Congress, he said: "The party has only befooled the people and misguided them during its 60 years of rule, while the BJP government has always stood for development."
Praising the developmental works initiated by the BJP regime, he said: "Whenever meet people outside the country, I am always appreciated about the steadfast development witnessed by the state. People pat on my back.
"But I always tell them that it was because of 6 crore Gujaratis and they are entitled for the credit."
The chief minister used his 3D rally to send the message of development across to Delhi counterpart Shiela Dikshit, who had questioned on whether Gujarat had really progressed. During the release of the Congress manifesto, Dikshit had asked Gujaratis to compare the state's development with Delhi.