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"Shri Narendra Modi addresses another round of 3D rally"
"Such a long election but the enthusiasm is not reducing! It is clear that people will make the right decision: Shri Modi"
"Madam said Modi saying Dil Mange More and that he is only asking. Yes you are right. We were born in poor houses: Shri Modi to Sonia Gandhi"
"In a Democracy there is no throne but there is service and the Constitution. Thrones are for princes: Shri Modi retaliating to Sonia Gandhi’s statement"
"I saw the mood of the people in WB and now I understood why Didi is angry at me. WB used to say Didi Didi now it is saying Modi Modi: Shri Modi"
"You gave a package of Rs. 6000 crore for weavers but where is the money gone? Who gained from it: Shri Modi to Congress"
"Due to the love & affection of Amethi Karyakartas I am going to Amethi as well. Big leaders are going to lose this time: Shri Modi addressing 3D rally"

The BJP’s inclusive approach towards growth and development and an acknowledgement of the people’s support for the BJP was shared by Shri Narendra Modi during his address at the 3D rally on the evening of 4th May. Stating how the frivolous comments of the Congress Party against him were mere attempts at defaming him, Shri Modi urged the people to end their divisive politics.

Shri Modi also questioned the futile efforts of the Central government in declaring packages for the Bunkar community (weavers), but never giving away the same, and instead pocketing it for their own benefit. Shri Modi shared the BJP’s focus on giving special packages for the progress of the weavers, mentioned in its Manifesto.

Speaking about his campaigns in West Bengal during the day, Shri Modi spoke of how the people’s support for Shri Modi had reinforced their annoyance with the State government. Stating how various political parties in these states had only endorsed ‘politics of revenge’, Shri Modi urged the people to support the BJP and show their preference for ‘politics of change’.

Shri Modi also expressed deep concern and displeasure on the incidents of rigging in the earlier phases, and appealed to the Election Commission of India to ensure that the remaining phases go on without any manipulations. "Incidents of rigging have taken place in the earlier phases. Democracy doesn't work like this. The Election Commission's work is to protect the people. It is your responsibility to ensure impartial polls. I request you to fulfill your responsibilities in the right way," said Shri Modi.

Urging the people to support the BJP, Shri Modi assured them of a strong and stable government at the Centre, one that would focus on the development of the Nation and its people.

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PM lauds the efforts of Elephant conservationists on World Elephant Day
August 12, 2022
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PM expresses happiness upon rise in the number of elephant reserves in the last 8 years

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has lauded the efforts of Elephant conservationists on the occasion of World Elephant Day. The Prime Minister also expressed happiness upon rise in the number of elephant reserves in the last 8 years.

In a series of tweets, the Prime Minister said;

“On #WorldElephantDay, reiterating our commitment to protect the elephant. You would be happy to know that India houses about 60% of all Asian elephants. The number of elephant reserves has risen in the last 8 years. I also laud all those involved in protecting elephants.”

“The successes in elephant conservation must be viewed in context of the larger efforts underway in India to minimise human-animal conflict, and integrating local communities and their traditional wisdom in furthering environmental consciousness.”