PM Modi is in Gujarat on a two-day visit to the state.
Earlier on Friday, Prime Minister addressed Gujarat Panchayat Mahasammelan in Ahmedabad.
Further, he held a meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders and workers at the party headquarters in Ahmedabad and discussed the method for the party to “serve the people more efficiently”.
Prime Minister also held a roadshow from Gujarat airport to Kamalam (BJP’s office).
“I am humbled by the people’s affection. This support and enthusiasm inspires us to work even harder in service of our citizens,” he said. PM Modi’s visit is significant as the state is slated to go to the polls later this year.
The BJP registered a win in four of the five states barring Punjab that went to Assembly polls in February-March, the result of which came on March 10.
In Uttar Pradesh, BJP and its allies won 255 seats out of 403 assembly constituencies. In Uttarakhand, the party secured 47 seats out of 70 seats.
In Goa, BJP won 20 seats, out of 40, and got the support of independent candidates while in Manipur, the ruling BJP coalition bagged 31 seats out of 60 seats.
(With inputs from agencies)