BJP to up the ante to beat anti-incumbency in Gujarat; villages marked 'Modi Gaon' to thwart Congress

NEW DELHI: With less than a month left for the Gujarat elections, the BJP is planning to put the seal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on villages and localities across the state and declare them as a ‘no-go-zone’ for the Opposition leaders.
The move is being perceived as a desperate bid to thwart the Congress’ attempts to consolidate caste votes and to also eliminate the anti-incumbency factor.
A top-ranking BJP leader said, “Villages will be marked as ‘Modi Gaon’. Villagers are doing this voluntarily. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and his leaders will be forbidden entry in such villages and localities.”
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