PM Modi addresses public meetings in Chikkaballapur & Bengaluru, Karnataka

Published By : Admin | April 20, 2024 | 15:45 IST
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed public meetings in Chikkaballapur and Bengaluru, Karnataka. Speaking to a vibrant crowd, he highlighted the achievements of the NDA government and outlined plans for the future.

Addressing the enthusiastic gathering, PM Modi said, "The enthusiasm of the nation has been uplifted by the voting in the first phase, and I can see this enthusiasm here as well. In the first phase, the voting has been in favor of the NDA, in favor of a developed India."

He emphasized the lack of leadership and vision in the opposition coalition and said, "The INDI Alliance currently lacks leadership, vision for the future, and their history is filled with scams. The message from Chikkaballapur and Kolar is clear, Phir Ek Baar, Modi Sarkar!"

Presenting his report card to the people, PM Modi sought their blessings and reiterated his commitment to their welfare. He said, "Today, I am among you with my report card, seeking blessings. I consider you all as my family. I have worked day and night for you. Your dream is Modi's determination. That's why I not only make plans with true intentions but also guarantee them."

Highlighting the government's initiatives for the welfare of the poor, PM Modi mentioned the provision of free rations and healthcare. "The poor of our country never hoped to receive free rations. But this son of the poor, Modi, has shown what no one ever thought of. Modi guarantees that this will continue for the next five years," he said.

He also emphasized the importance of education and financial assistance for SC/ST/OBC communities. "The biggest beneficiaries of Modi government schemes are SC/ST/OBC families. In the past, they were forced to live in filth and slums, without even basic amenities like electricity and water. Modi's guarantee has restored their faith. That's why in the last ten years, twenty-five crore people have been lifted out of poverty," he added.

PM Modi outlined the government's focus on women's empowerment, mentioning the expansion of self-help groups and financial assistance for women. "Serving and securing every mother, sister, and daughter is Modi's priority. In the last ten years, we have connected ten crore sisters through self-help groups. We have made one crore sisters 'Lakhpati Didis'. Now Modi guarantees that three crore sisters will become 'Lakhpati Didis,' earning over one lakh rupees annually," he said.

Speaking about the Namo Drone Didi Yojana, PM Modi said, "The NDA government is providing drone pilot training to girls. The day is not far when our daughters will assist in farming using drones in the fields of Kolar and Chikkaballapur." PM Modi also highlighted the government's efforts to promote agriculture, improve infrastructure, and develop tourism in the region.

In his second public meeting in Bengaluru, PM Modi addressed a gathering, highlighting the achievements of the NDA government and outlining plans for the future. Speaking to the enthusiastic crowd, PM Modi emphasized the significant strides India has made in the last decade and the transformative impact of government policies on the lives of citizens.

PM Modi recalled the challenges India faced in 2014, being counted among the "fragile five" economies globally. However, through decisive governance and citizen support, India has risen to become one of the top five economies in the world. He credited the people for this transformation, stating, "It's your vote that has done it."

Addressing the audience, PM Modi reiterated his focus on the development of 21st Century India, emphasizing the importance of citizen welfare and India's global image. He highlighted the government's record investments in social, physical, and digital infrastructure to improve the quality of life for all citizens.

PM Modi expressed concern over the deteriorating situation in Bengaluru under the Congress government. He highlighted the rapid progress made under central government projects, such as the expansion of the Namma Metro network and infrastructure development in suburban areas.

He said, “Nadaprabhu Kempegowda had dreamt of making Bengaluru a magnificent city. But the Congress government has worsened the situation here in a short time. They have turned the tech city into a tanker city and handed it over to the water mafia. Whether it's agriculture or urban infrastructure, budgets are being cut everywhere. The focus of the Congress government is only on corruption, not on the problems of the people of Bengaluru.”

PM Modi outlined future plans, including the creation of various hubs such as the Green Energy Hub, Pharma Hub, and Electronics Hub to bolster India's position as a global economic powerhouse. "You'll remember it was Congress that created a huge uproar over HAL. Today, HAL is achieving record turnovers, and profits, and receiving record orders. Asia's largest helicopter factory is now in Karnataka. After the United States, Boeing's second-largest facility is in Karnataka. This is happening when industries are growing in India, and the number of people working in them is increasing,” PM Modi said.

PM Modi assured the audience that the government is committed to fulfilling their dreams and urged them to vote for the BJP and JD(S) alliance in the upcoming elections. He highlighted Congress’ mindset and its misrule and said, “Bengaluru is a powerhouse of youth, talent, and technology. But the Congress and the coalition are against technology. Today, the whole world is praising Digital India and India's fintech.”

“But don't forget, Congress opposed Aadhaar. Congress opposed Jan Dhan Accounts. Congress ridiculed digital payments. Congress opposed digital authentication in the ration scheme. Congress opposed the Co-WIN platform during the COVID-19 pandemic. Congress maligned the Made in India COVID-19 vaccine,” he added.

In his concluding remarks, PM Modi urged the people of Bengaluru to support BJP candidates in the upcoming elections. He called for breaking all voting records in Bangalore city and emphasized the importance of every citizen's vote.

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