New Delhi, December 8:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will once again visit Gujarat and begin their campaign for the second phase of the the state Assembly elections. Landing in the poll-bound state on the eve of the first-phase polls, both Modi and Rahul will try to woo voters with their aggressive rallies and public meetings.

While, PM Modi will hold the four rallies today, two in Ahmedabad, one in Banaskantha and one in Sabarkantha,  the Gandhi scion will visit Chota Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Kheda and Anand districts, regions of the second phase of the elections. (Also Read: BJP Has Shown Unbelievable Disrespect Towards People of Gujarat, Says Rahul Gandhi).

The Congress V-P also is also expected to visit the Mogal Dham Mandir in Ranesar in Ahmedabad district. He will also address a public meeting at APMC ground in Pavi Jetpur in Chhota Udepur district on Friday noon.

In the early evening hours, Gandhi will hold a corner meeting in Anand district’s Tarapur and later another corner meeting at Kheda district’s Limbasi near the Rice Mill, whereas PM Modi will address rallies at Bhabar, Kalol, Vatva and Himatnagar for the remaining 93 seats that will go to polls on December 14. (Also Read: Gujarat Polls: Population of ‘Topi And Dadhiwalas’ Need to be Reduced in Dabhoi, Says BJP Leader).

Notably, the  high-octane campaign for the first phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections ended on Thursday. Of the total 182 assembly segments in the state, 89 seats will go to poll in the first phase to be held tomorrow and the remaining 93 segments will go to poll in the second phase on December 14. The result of the election will be announced on December 18 along with that of Himachal Pradesh.