PM Modi addresses public meetings in Gaya and Purnea, Bihar

Published By : Admin | April 16, 2024 | 10:00 IST
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Amidst the ongoing election campaigning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed public meetings in Gaya and Purnea, Bihar. Seeing the massive crowd, PM Modi said, “This immense public support, your enthusiasm, clearly indicates - June 4, 400 Paar! Bihar has announced today – Phir Ek Baar, Modi Sarkar! This election is for 'Viksit Bharat' and 'Viksit Bihar'.”

"Just two days ago, the BJP released its Sankalp Patra. This is the first time that the Sankalp Patra of any party is being called a guarantee card. Because over the past 10 years, everyone has seen Modi's guarantee, which means a guarantee of fulfilment,” added PM Modi.

Talking about how the Congress and RJD exploited the poor, PM Modi asserted, “For decades, the Congress, which ruled the country, squandered opportunities, wasting the nation's time. We have lifted 25 crore people out of poverty. For decades, Congress and its allies showed dreams of bread and shelter to the poor. The NDA government has provided pucca houses to 4 crore poor. Jitan Ram Manjhi is a witness to how the Congress and the RJD exploited the names of Dalits, oppressed, and backward classes for their own political selfishness. The NDA has given rights and dignified lives to Dalits, oppressed, and backward classes.”

Focussing on development projects, PM Modi stated, "In our agenda, there is both development and heritage. You also know how long the North Koel project was pending. It's the NDA government that has put it back on track. The completion of this project will be a significant boon for the farmers of Gaya and Aurangabad, providing irrigation facilities. Under our government, Gaya Ji has also been included in the list of 12 ancient historical heritage sites under the PRASAD scheme." He further said, “This pace of development is just a trailer. I have much more to do for the country.”

Slamming the Opposition for doing politics over Ram Temple, PM Modi iterated, "Tomorrow is Ram Navami, a festival where the rays of the sun will specially bless the forehead of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya. However, the people of the INDI Alliance are also troubled by the Ram temple. Those who once questioned the existence of Lord Ram are now speaking all kinds of language against the Ram Mandir! To appease a community, these people have even boycotted the consecration ceremony. A leader of this alliance, Congress's Shehzada, has openly declared that he will destroy the Shakti of Hinduism. Their other companions call our ancient tradition Dengue Malaria. Can you tell me, are these people worthy of winning even a single seat?”

Accusing the RJD of casting the state in a negative light, PM Modi remarked, “RJD has ruled Bihar for several years but they don't have the guts to discuss the work done by their government. RJD has only given two things to Bihar - Jungle Raj and Corruption. It was during their era when kidnapping and ransom became an industry in Bihar. Our sisters and daughters couldn't step out of their homes. Areas like our Gaya were engulfed in the flames of Naxal violence. RJD forced many families to leave Bihar out of compulsion.”

He went on to say, “I say, eradicate corruption, and they say, save the corrupt. They think that the people of Bihar, the youth of Bihar, will fall for their words. In the era of smartphones, the smart youth of Bihar will never align with the goons of Jungle Raj. If RJD were in power, even your mobile phone battery wouldn't get charged. Those who want to charge mobile phones with their lanterns do not want the country to progress.”

Lashing out at the opposition, PM Modi said, “Those who insult Sanatan should listen carefully: even in the Constituent Assembly that drafted India's Constitution, 80-90% of the members were Sanatanis, and these Sanatanis collaborated with Dr. B.R. Ambedkar to create such an outstanding Constitution. For the opposition, the constitution will be a political tool, but for us, the constitution is the cornerstone of our faith.”

During his second public meeting in Purnea, Bihar, PM Narendra Modi reaffirmed his commitment to the welfare of marginalized communities and the protection of the Indian Constitution. He emphasized that his priority lies with the Dalits, backward classes, and tribal communities because they are the most affected by poverty, and Modi himself emerged from within this society.

PM Modi expressed his indebtedness to this society, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, and the Constitution. He highlighted the government's efforts to strengthen the Constitution and ensure its spirit reaches every citizen. Initiating the celebration of Constitution Day in the country was one such step taken by the government. Today, various programs celebrating Babasaheb's Constitution are organized across the nation, from schools to the Supreme Court and Parliament.

Reflecting on the past, PM Modi condemned those who attempted to abolish the Constitution and establish a dictatorship during the Emergency. He stressed that those who seek to consolidate power within a family's grasp always feel threatened by the Constitution. Despite recent threats to reject the results of elections conducted under Constitutional provisions, PM Modi asserted that such schemes will not succeed.

In his concluding remarks, PM Modi assured the public that every element threatening the security of the country is under the government's scrutiny. As the nation prepares for the upcoming elections, PM Modi emphasized that the outcome of the June 4th elections will determine the security of the ‘Seemanchal’ region. PM Modi called for unity and urged citizens to stand together to support the Constitution and the welfare of marginalized communities.

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