আজকের জয় ঐতিহাসিক ও নজিরবিহীন। 'সবকা সাথ, সবকা বিকাশ'-এর ধারণা আজ জিতেছে: বিজেপির সদর দপ্তরে প্রধানমন্ত্রী মোদী
প্রধানমন্ত্রী মোদী বলেছেন, "আজকের হ্যাটট্রিক ২০২৪ সালের জয়ের হ্যাটট্রিকের গ্যারান্টি দেয়"
এই নির্বাচনে দেশকে জাত-পাতের মধ্যে ভাগ করার অনেক চেষ্টা হয়েছে। আমি ক্রমাগত বলে আসছি যে আমার কাছে দেশে চারটি জাতিই সবচেয়ে বড় - নারী শক্তি, যুব শক্তি, কৃষক এবং দরিদ্র পরিবার: প্রধানমন্ত্রী মোদী
আমি মহিলাদের আশ্বস্ত করতে চাই যে তাদের দেওয়া সমস্ত প্রতিশ্রুতি ১০০ শতাংশ পূরণ করা হবে; এটাই মোদীর গ্যারান্টি: প্রধানমন্ত্রী মোদী

PM Modi led his party's celebrations at the BJP headquarters today after a successful run in the Assembly elections of 2023. Amidst the happiness of winning in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh assembly elections, PM Modi expressed, “Today's triumph is historic and unprecedented. This day signifies the success of the vision for a developed India. It signifies the triumph of state development for the overall progress of India. Today stands as a victory for honesty, transparency, and good governance."

“I salute every voter. The people of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh have shown immense affection towards the BJP. In Telangana, the support for the BJP is consistently growing. This is our collective fortune. When one receives so much love from family and relatives, it increases my responsibility even more,” he added.

Criticizing the Congress party for engaging in caste-based politics to divide the nation, PM Modi said, “In this election, there were numerous attempts to divide the country along caste lines. However, I consistently maintained that, for me, there are only four castes in the country. Empowering our women, empowering our youth, supporting our farmers, and uplifting our poor families—strengthening these four castes is the key to empowering the nation. In these elections, people from these four castes have displayed enthusiasm towards BJP; every poor feels that he has won.”

Talking about the interests of the youth, PM Modi remarked, “The election results have made one more thing clear. The youth of the country solely desires development. Wherever governments have worked against the interests of the youth, those governments have been ousted from power. Whether it is Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, or Telangana, all these governments were embroiled in allegations of paper leaks and recruitment scams. The result is that in all three states, the parties in power are now out of government.”

Furthermore, the PM added, “The echoes of these election results will not be confined to just Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh. The resonance of these results will reach far and wide. The reverberations of these election results will be heard across the globe. These election outcomes will enhance the confidence of the world in India's development. These election results will also instil confidence in investors worldwide. Some people are saying that today's hat-trick in the assembly elections has guaranteed a hat-trick of 2024.”

Hitting out at the INDI Alliance, PM Modi said, “The reverberations of today's mandate have clearly shown that there is growing zero tolerance for corruption, favoritism, and dynastic politics in the country. Those who provide a shield to corrupt individuals with various arguments are being exposed. These election results are a significant lesson for the Congress and its ‘Ghamandia’ alliance. The lesson is that the trust of the nation cannot be won by simply coming together on the platform of a few dynasts. To win the hearts of the people of the country, the fervour of national service that is required is not present in this ‘Ghamandia’ coalition.”

PM Modi spoke about how every wheel of India's economy is spinning at full speed; he iterated, “Some had predicted that the global economic downturn would impact India. However, India has outperformed every projection. Today, India stands as the world's fastest-growing economic powerhouse. The confidence of India, the self-assurance of its people, is at an unprecedented level.”

Addressing India's comprehensive transformation, PM Modi stated, “Today, India's physical infrastructure is undergoing a complete transformation. You can see the network of expressways and industrial corridors spreading in all directions. The Indian Railways is currently going through its most significant phase of transformation. Today, new railway stations are being built in the country, and modern trains are coming in. The pace is new. The determination is new.”

Speaking about the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, PM Modi remarked, "Through this yatra, our government is actively reaching out to include people overlooked by schemes, extending a hand to them at their doorsteps. On this occasion of victory, I urge every BJP karyakarta to take forward Modi's guarantee vehicle from today. This Modi's guarantee vehicle will ensure the success of the country; this is also Modi's guarantee. Where others lose hope, that's where Modi's guarantee begins.” He also requested BJP karyakartas to visit the NaMo app and make at least 10 people ambassadors of the Viksit Bharat.

Celebrating success following wins in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh assembly elections, PM Modi shared his thoughts with BJP Karyakartas that the results of these elections have initiated a flow of positive energy that the entire country is currently experiencing. He further added, “This power has strengthened and fortified the foundation laid for a developed India. We must keep generating this energy and continue to enhance this strength. We need to sustain the trust of 140 crore Indians.”

In his final remarks, PM Modi addressed the heightened responsibilities of BJP karyakartas. He emphasized that their duties have increased as negative forces are expected to intensify their efforts to unite. “Individuals who foster discord in society will now look for fresh opportunities. It is imperative not only to confront them but also to counter their false narratives. Most importantly, for us, maintaining the trust of the people remains paramount, “he added.

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PM Modi addresses a public meeting in Sagar, Madhya Pradesh
April 24, 2024
Development happens when there are the right policies and a clear vision: PM Modi in Sagar
Whether it's the country or Madhya Pradesh, development came when Congress left and BJP came: PM Modi in Sagar
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a massive public gathering today in Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, reaffirming the strong support of the people for the BJP government and emphasizing the importance of stable governance for development.

Addressing the enthusiastic crowd, PM Modi said, "Today, there is an ocean of public support on the land of Sagar. Last time, you gave the BJP a victory here with record votes. Sagar has once again made up its mind, Phir Ek Baar, Modi Sarkar."

Highlighting the transformative development under the BJP government, PM Modi stated, "The people of Madhya Pradesh and Sagar know very well how important it is to have a stable and strong government for the development of the country. Development happens when there are the right policies and a clear vision. Therefore, whether it's the country or Madhya Pradesh, development came when Congress left and BJP came."

PM Modi praised the progress of Madhya Pradesh under the BJP government, citing projects such as the Ken-Betwa Link Project, Banda Major Irrigation Project, and the development of a comprehensive network of highways including expressways like Narmada Expressway, Vindhya Expressway, and others.

"The central government has also given Madhya Pradesh the gift of more than 350 rail projects. Medical colleges and hospitals have also been built in Sagar," he added.

PM Modi assured the crowd of continued support, saying, "I guarantee my mothers and sisters that there will be no need to worry about ration for the next 5 years. We are working to bring gas, electricity, water, and toilet facilities to every household to alleviate the troubles of mothers and sisters."

Addressing the reservation issue, PM Modi criticized the Congress party's agenda, stating, "Today, a truth of the Congress has come before the country that everyone is stunned to know. Our Constitution prohibits giving reservations based on religion. Congress is preparing to cut the quota of ST-SC-OBC by 15 % and then apply reservations based on religion. Last time, when there was a Congress government in Karnataka, it gave reservations based on religion. When the BJP government came, it revoked this decision. Now once again, Congress has given reservations based on religion in Karnataka.”

Highlighting the intentions of Congress through their manifesto, PM Modi said, “Congress is not stopping at just hurting you. Congress also wants to snatch your property. Even if you have two vehicles, one house in the city, and one in the village, you will still come under Congress's radar. They want to snatch all this from you and give it to their vote bank.”

PM Modi warned against Congress's approach towards inheritance tax, saying, "Congress also wants to impose inheritance tax on the property you want to leave for your children. And imagine, Congress has cut so much from India's social values, the sentiments of Indian society."

“The Congress party hates the Constitution of the country. They hate the identity of India. That's why they are working on every project that weakens the country, weakens the country's fabric. They come up with new strategies to divide society. Our faith has kept us united for centuries. The Congress party attacks that faith,” he added.