The Gujarat BJP also launched a Dashboard app through which booth-level information will be collected and analysed at the BJP head office, to kick off its membership drive.
The number of women voters in Gujarat has risen to 2.14 crore, marking a 3.45 percent growth from the women who voted during the Assembly elections in 2017.
The latest offering is a medical college. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Friday lay the foundation stone for the new GMERS Medical College in Navsari.
Sources said that Kishor is learnt to have suggested top Congress leadership to induct Patel into Congress ahead of elections, due in December this year.
The yatra will pass through four states before culminating at Raj Ghat in Delhi on June 1.
AAP’s priority is to replace Congress in the opposition benches and then grab power from the BJP, said political analyst Dilip Patel.
State BJP president CR Patil had announced in the run-up to the civic body polls last year that the party would not field candidates who are above 60 or those who have served three-four terms.
During the interaction, the PM would provide guidance to BJP workers across Gujarat, the party's state president CR Patil said.
Rahul Gandhi separately met senior leaders from Gujarat and sought their views on the appointment of the new state Congress chief and the CLP leader.
He said despite having been a common party worker, the Congress party trusted him with the responsibility and it would be his resolve that a change comes in Gujarat.
Union Minister of State Dr. Jitendra Singh on Tuesday said Congress President Rahul Gandhi posed wrong questions during the Gujarat Assembly elections.
Had it not been for NOTA, the Congress in all likelihood would have won with a majority to form the government, say analysts.
On the other hand, Congress' vote share has risen to about 41.4 per cent this time - up from 33 per cent in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls and also higher than around 39 per cent in the 2012 assembly polls
Bharuch District Collector Sandeep Sangle on Saturday dismissed the allegations of EVM tampering in the first phase of the Gujarat assembly elections.
Gujarat records 68 per cent voting in first phase, expected to cross 70 per cent: Election Commission
Gujarat on Saturday held the first of its two-phase polling, registering 68 per cent voting, which is expected to cross 70 per cent -- similar to the 2012 figure.
The first phase of voting will be conducted in 89 assembly constituencies of Gujarat on Saturday.
The Yuva Team has 400 youngsters, which has further divided into several smaller groups to focus on young and first time voters.
He said that the government is not running away from calling the winter session and was just deferring it in view of the Gujarat assembly elections.