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"PM addresses rallies in Haryana"
"Do you want to free yourself from corruption and muscle power prevailing for the last several years: PM to people of Haryana"
"This election is not to break or make Governments but for the future of Haryana: PM"
"BJP stands for rights of the poor, Dalits and marginalised: PM"
"They snatched away land of farmers to appease their leaders in Delhi: PM on Haryana Government"
"प्रधानमंत्री ने हरियाणा में रैलियों को सम्बोधित किया"
"क्या आप हरियाणा को भ्रष्टाचार से मुक्त देखना चाहते हैं, क्या आप हरियाणा को बाहुबलियों और भ्रष्ट लोगों से मुक्त देखना चाहते हैं, तब आपको नयी राह चुननी होगी"
"ये चुनाव सरकार बनाने या बिगाड़ने के लिए नहीं हैं, बल्कि हरियाणा के भविष्य का फैसला करने के लिए हैं: प्रधानमंत्री"
"भाजपा गरीबों, दलितों और हाशिये पर खड़े लोगों के अधिकारों के लिए काम करती है: प्रधानमंत्री"
"उन्होंने दिल्ली में अपने नेताओं को खुश करने के लिए किसानों की जमीन लुटा दी: प्रधानमंत्री, हरियाणा सरकार के बारे में"

Describing the 2014 Haryana Vidhan Sabha elections as a crucial election that will determine the future of Haryana, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi urged the people of Haryana to elect a BJP government with a full majority. He was speaking at rallies in Jagadhri, Mahendragarh, Rohtak and Sonipat.

Mahendergarh rohtak

Contrasting the ethos and vision of the BJP with that of the other parties that have ruled Haryana Shri Modi said, “For years Haryana has been ruled by a few families who divided everything among them. Do you want such Governments to whom you have to bow to or do you want a Government that comes to your doorstep and works for you?” Stressing upon the need to free Haryana from such family rule the Prime Minister affirmed, “Free Haryana from such family rule. No good will happen for the youth till this goes on.”

Shri Modi shared the BJP’s vision of creating a Skilled Haryana where youth get jobs and where both agriculture and industrial sectors flourish.

sonipat Jagadhri

He came down heavily on the corruption of the Congress government, saying that the people gave them a mandate for 10 years but all they did was to give whatever Delhi wanted. “To appease their leaders (in Delhi), farmer land was taken away,” avowed the Prime Minister.

Speaking at a Rally in Rohtak, the home turf of Haryana CM Shri Bhupinder Singh Hooda, the Prime Minister took on the CM for the increasing atrocities of Dalits and the attacks on Dalit women. He pointed, “For years the voice of the CM and his family has mattered here but what is the condition here? Is there any law and order? There were atrocities on Dalits but did the perpetrators go to jail?” He assured the people that the BJP stands for the rights and interests of the poor, Dalits and the marginalised.

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Women’s Hockey team played with grit and showcased great skill: PM
August 04, 2021
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has said that today and through the Games, our Women’s Hockey team played with grit and showcased great skill at Tokyo Olympics 2020. He also said that he is proud of the team and wished the team Best of luck for the game ahead and for future endeavours.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said;

"One of the things we will remember #Tokyo2020 for is the stupendous performance by our Hockey teams. 

Today and through the Games, our Women’s Hockey team played with grit and showcased great skill. Proud of the team. Best of luck for the game ahead and for future endeavours."