45 Royal Families Extend Support to PM Modi Ahead of Lok Sabha Elections
45 Royal Families Extend Support to PM Modi Ahead of Lok Sabha Elections

Surat: In a significant boost to the BJP before the Lok Sabha elections, 45 royal families have pledged their support to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The members of these royal families gathered in Rajkot, where 15-16 royal family members were present, and the others extended their support through a letter.

Thakor Saheb of Rajkot Mandhata, Sinhji Jadeja, stated that the members had gathered to discuss the nation's interests. He emphasized the close association of the Rajput community and former rulers with PM Narendra Modi. According to him, all the rulers support PM Modi because of his vision and his efforts to take India to the next level of development through a tech-savvy approach. This announcement comes amid ongoing protests by Kshatriyas or Rajputs in Gujarat against Union Minister Parshottam Rupala's controversial remarks. Rupala had made contentious comments during an election campaign speech in Rajkot, where he praised the Dalits at the expense of the Kshatriyas or Rajputs.

Speaking to the media, Sinhji Jadeja emphasized that the ex-rulers of Saurashtra, Kachchh, and Gujarat gathered to discuss the nation's interests and India's position on the international stage. He praised the development in the country over the last 10 years and hailed PM Modi as a global leader, stating unequivocally their fullest support for him. Gujarat, the home state of both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, is a stronghold of the BJP, having won all 26 seats in the last two general elections. The state will vote for 25 out of 26 parliamentary seats in the Lok Sabha elections on May 7, with BJP candidate Mukesh Dalal elected unopposed in Surat after the rejection of the Congress candidate's nomination papers.

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