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“We’re back to the basics. It’s taking it back to the first 18 months of the government,” said Bhavnagar MP Vijay Rupani, a senior member of the government’s National Democratic Alliance, who is also a government.
Twitter user @AbirKumarJ used Modi’s yatra as an opportunity to troll the prime minister online. A picture of the prime minister being welcomed by a group of villagers with garlands in Bhavnagar was tweeted by Abir, with the caption: “Narendra Modi’s first yatra (sic) through Gujarat. It was a crowded religious spot. Jus wait for Kumbh.”
The week-long yatra through the state also saw some hilarity.
In Borsad, one of the villages he visited, a group of schoolchildren presented him a garland. Modi responded with his signature gesture of twisting his body and bowing before the crowd. “Amey ka matlab hain (Please accept this) Modi said as he stooped over to accept the garland.
“Is this a comedy?” Modi was asked by an anchor of a Gujarati news channel. “It’s a joke,” Modi said in response. “He (Abir) has a sense of humour,” he said, adding that it wasn’t the first time the yatra was used for a joke.
The students were happy, Modi said, as they recalled the time when their fathers and relatives could not even meet him.
Before the yatra, Modi said it was important to carry out local and grassroots development work in every corner of Gujarat.