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IMAGES: Who's who of BJP at Modi's fast venue on Day 2

Last updated on: September 18, 2011 15:55 IST

Who's who of BJP at Modi's fast venue on Day 2

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Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's fast for peace, unity and harmony, under 'Sadhbhavna Mission' entered the second day on Sunday with several Bharatiya Janata Party leaders descending at the fast venue.

A large number of people arrived from across the state at the fast venue at the Gujarat University Convention Hall in Ahmedabad on Sunday morning.

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Image: Gujarat CM Narendra Modi at the fast venue

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Among the BJP leaders who arrived in Ahmedabad to extend support to Modi's fast include the party's national spokesperson Prakash Javdekar, Shahnawaz Hussain, party's Delhi chief Jitendra Gupta, Jammu and Kashmir BJP in-charge Jagdish Mukhi, party's Bihar president C P Thakur, BJP Mahila Morcha president Meenakshi Lekhi, besides Vijay Goel, Ashwin Chaubey, Ajit Khatri and Arun Singh.

Image: BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain

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BJP in-charge for Gujarat Balbir Punj was also present on the second day of the fast.

Besides BJP leaders, priests from various religions and sects were also present. Community leaders from across the state, including the Patidaar Samaaj and Maldhari Samaaj, also attended the second day of the fast.

Representatives of the Surat Diamond Association and Shivanand Ashram of Chennai were also present.

All of them greeted the chief minister and expressed their solidarity with Modi.

Image: BJP national spokesperson Prakash Javdekar

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Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda will visit Ahmedabad on Monday to express solidarity with his Gujarat counterpart, Narendra Modi, who set on three-day Sadbhavana fast.

"I will visit Ahmedabad to support to Modiji, who is observing the fast for a good cause," Munda told PTI.

Gujarat Chief Minister was being praised world-wide for his good governance and rapid development the state has achieved while the Congress was on an anti-Modi campaign for political reasons, said Munda, also a BJP leader.

Modi began his three-day fast on Sunday for "peace, unity and communal harmony" in the BJP-ruled state in Gujarat.

Image: Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda

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