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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed enthusiastic public meetings in Mayurbhanj, Balasore and Kendrapara, Odisha with a vision of unprecedented development and transformation for the state and the country. PM Modi emphasized the achievements of the last decade under his leadership and laid out ambitious plans for the next five years, promising continued progress and prosperity for all Indians.

Declaring his final day of the election campaign in Odisha, PM Modi declared, "After five decades, the country is poised to form a full majority government for the third consecutive time. The development that people had not witnessed for decades has been seen in the past 10 years." Also, PM Modi highlighted the remarkable economic progress made since 2014 and said, "In 2014, we were the 11th largest economy in the world. Today, we are the fifth largest economic power.”

"Before 2014, less than 40 % of villages in the country had proper sanitation. Today, we have achieved the target of 100 %. Previously, LPG connections were available in only 50-55 % of households. Today, almost 100 % of households have been freed from smoke. Until 2014, more than 75 % of rural families did not have access to tap water. Today, approximately 75 % of households receive water through taps. The idea that free food grains and free medical treatment could be available was unimaginable. Today, Modi has made it possible,” said PM Modi highlighting the progressive approach of his government.

Looking forward, PM Modi assured the people that the next five years would be filled with unprecedented achievements. “India will become the third largest economic power in the world. In the next five years, we will witness an ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ in many sectors. We will see a complete transformation of highways, expressways, and railways. This will directly benefit our eastern regions, including Odisha," PM Modi remarked.

Raising concerns over the conspiracy behind health issues of Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik, PM Modi said, “Today, all well-wishers of Naveen Babu are deeply concerned. They are very distressed to see how Naveen Babu's health suddenly deteriorated in the last year. People who have been close to Naveen Babu for years now discuss this with me when they meet. They tell me that Naveen Babu is now unable to make any decisions on his own. People who have been close to Naveen Babu for a long time now believe that there might be some conspiracy behind his deteriorating health.”

PM Modi expressed confidence that the people of Odisha have decided to put an end to 25 years of BJD rule and said, "I am pleased that Odisha has decided to put an end to 25 years of BJD rule. On June 10, Odisha will witness the swearing-in of its first BJP Chief Minister."

Reflecting on the unique cultural heritage of Mayurbhanj, PM Modi praised its tradition of women empowerment. "The land of Mayurbhanj is known for women empowerment. Traditionally, Mayurbhanj has been celebrated because only women pull the chariot of Maa Subhadra here. But now, the daughter of Mayurbhanj is leading our country of 140 crore people. Our President Draupadi Murmu is the first citizen of the country. This is a matter of pride for Mayurbhanj, Odisha, and the entire nation's women."

Reaffirming his commitment to the welfare of the tribal community, PM Modi stated, "The BJP government is dedicated to the pride and welfare of the tribal community. It was the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government that established a separate Tribal Ministry. The BJP was the first to include the Santhali language in the Eighth Schedule. I am the first Prime Minister to visit the village of Lord Birsa Munda. It is the Modi government that declared Lord Birsa Munda's birth anniversary as ‘Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas."

PM Modi assured the farmers and families involved in forest product collection of substantial support. "Many families in this region are engaged in the collection of forest products like ‘Sal’ leaves, ‘Sabai’ grass, and ‘Kendu’ leaves. Odisha BJP guarantees to purchase kendu leaves at 2 rupees per carry and provide a bonus. When our government comes to power, paddy farmers here will receive an MSP of 3100 rupees per quintal."

PM Modi criticized the BJD government for breaking the trust of the people and engaging in corrupt practices. "You trusted the BJD for 25 years, but the BJD has broken your trust at every step. This same BJD government had introduced a law to grab the lands of tribal brothers. Due to pressure from the BJP, they had to withdraw it. The BJD has also looted your mineral resources. Modi established the District Mineral Fund, giving thousands of crores of rupees to Odisha. The BJD committed fraud even with this fund."

During his second public meeting in Balasore, PM Modi highlighted the critical issues plaguing Odisha and reiterated his commitment to development and transparency. PM Modi emphasized the urgent need for change and the pivotal role of the BJP in bringing about this transformation.

PM Modi listed various accomplishments of his government, such as India's enhanced missile power, successful Chandrayaan missions, and the organization of the G-20 summit. He also mentioned the government's effective handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, which positioned India as the world's fastest-growing economy. "This unprecedented trust in Modi's guarantee across the country is based on a strong track record of 10 years," he emphasized.

Targeting the corruption of BJD leaders, PM Modi highlighted the plight of Odisha’s farmers. "The corruption of BJD leaders has devastated the farmers of Odisha. These BJD leaders, who once didn't even own a bicycle, now ride in long luxury cars," he remarked. He promised to eradicate corruption in the paddy markets and ensure fair MSP. PM Modi assured the crowd that the BJP’s promises are always fulfilled, emphasizing transparency and direct benefit transfers. "Every guarantee of Modi reaches 100 %, no scams, no middlemen," he stated.

Speaking about ‘Viksit Bharat’ and Odisha, PM Modi said, "As soon as a BJP Chief Minister is elected here, work will begin to transform the beautiful beaches of Odisha. Every potential for pilgrimage and sea tourism in Odisha will be explored and developed." PM Modi called for unity and support from the people of Odisha. He urged them to vote for the BJP to ensure the state’s development and prosperity. "The departure of BJD is certain on June 4. On June 10, the BJP Chief Minister will take the oath here," he declared.

Addressing his final rally for the 2024 elections in Odisha, PM Modi addressed a massive gathering in Kendrapara, highlighting the transformative journey ahead for the state. PM Modi expressed his confidence in ushering in a new era of development in Odisha post-June 4th. He said, "On June 10th, Odisha will witness the historic oath-taking of the first BJP Chief Minister, who will be a son or daughter of Odisha." He stressed the need for a double-engine government to accelerate Odisha's growth, mirroring the national endorsement of a strong BJP-led government for the third consecutive term.

Highlighting significant achievements, he mentioned, “We made, the world's tallest statue, the Statue of Unity, in India, the world's largest office building in India, Atal Setu, one of Asia's largest sea bridges, Atal Tunnel, one of the world's highest tunnels, the new Parliament building, the National War Memorial for martyrs. A Panchteerth is dedicated to Babasaheb Ambedkar. A memorial for Lord Birsa Munda. A statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on Kartavya Path in Delhi. Islands in Andaman named after Param Vir Chakra awardees. The implementation of the National Education Policy and the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, replacing the British-made Indian Penal Code.”

PM Modi highlighted the forthcoming political upheaval, predicting a significant disintegration within family-run parties and a new storm in Odisha politics. "The workers of all family-run parties in the country are at the peak of despair," PM Modi remarked, indicating a shift towards a more transparent and people-centric governance model.

"Odisha has given bumper voting for BJP's MPs and MLAs in every phase," PM Modi noted, attributing this to the people's desire for change after 25 years. He articulated Odisha's votes against oppressive and corrupt regimes and for development, transparency, and cultural preservation. "The BJP will come and open all four doors of the Shri Jagannath Temple for devotees," he pledged, reflecting the people's trust in BJP's vision. “Comprehensive development of Odisha is my commitment. To make your life easier and to end your worries is my resolution. And that is why BJP has made very solid promises to Odisha, PM Modi added.

PM Modi concluded his address by urging the people to elect more BJP MLAs ensuring a Viksit Odisha and a Viksit India and said, "Whatever I have to do, I have to do it for you. You are my legacy."

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