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"Didn’t diesel and petrol prices come down after the Government was formed: PM"
"PM criticizes Congress-NCP for the lack of development in Maharashtra"
"You gave political stability but you gave it to those who are more worried about themselves: Shri Modi"
"Congress-NCP Gotra is the same. Their culture, habits and goals are the same: Shri Modi"
"PM pays rich tributes to Shri Gopinath Munde"
"Had Shri Munde been here, I would not even have to come to campaign: PM"

On Saturday 4th October 2014 the Prime Minister addressed rallies in Maharashtra. He made a strong appeal to the people of Maharashtra to elect a BJP government and give the Party a complete majority in the Vidhan Sabha elections, scheduled for 15th October. The Prime Minister outlined the work done by the Central Government in the last hour months and added that prices of petrol and diesel have come down, thus bringing relief to the common people.


During his speech Shri Modi also listed the gains for Maharashtra after his series of meetings with world leaders. He gave the example of Chinese investment for an industrial part, Mumbai-Shanghai cooperation and the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train and said that these will give an impetus to Maharashtra’s development journey.

The Prime Minister came down heavily on the Congress-NCP government for the lack of development in Maharashtra during their 15-year tenure. He said, “You gave political stability but you gave it to those who are more worried about themselves. Its been 15 years but what did the state gain? What did you gain? What good happened to Maharashtra? An entire generation has been ruined. They (Congress-NCP) thought that by changing Chief Ministers things would work but the dreams of the people remain unfulfilled.”


Referring to the Congress-NCP combine the PM said, “Amitabh Bachchan ji hosts KBC on TV but in Maharashtra leaders are busy playing Kaun Banega Arabpati.” Referring to the rampant corruption of the Congress-NCP the Prime Minister remarked that the hand and the clock cleaned everything and left nothing for the people. He remarked, “The Gotra of the Congress-NCP is the same. Their habits, culture and goal is the same. They are not Rashtravadi but Bhrashtacharvadi.”


Shri Modi began his campaign from Beed, the home district of former Union Minister Shri Gopinath Munde. Shri Modi showered rich tributes on Shri Munde and remarked that had Shri Munde been alive there, he would not even have to come to campaign. He recalled the hardwork of Shri Munde and said, “As a colleague of Shri Gopinath Munde I have come to ask you something- we have to save Maharashtra and develop Maharashtra to develop India. Let us vote in large numbers and let us remember Gopinath ji while voting.”

Smt. Pankaja Munde, Dr. Pritam Munde and others were present dueing the rally in Beed. Top Maharashtra BJP leaders joined the Prime Minister for his campaign in Maharashtra.


Addressing a massive rally at the Mahalaxmi Racecourse in Mumbai, the Prime Minister shared his vision for the development of Mumbai and Maharashtra. He pointed that the people of Mumbai want an end to rampant corruption and Dadagiri. He assured that the Government is committed to ensuring that no Indian is left homeless by 2022. Union Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari, RPI leader Shri Ramdas Athawale and other were present during the rally. 

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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today interacted with Governors of States regarding the Covid-19 situation and ongoing vaccination drive in the country, through video conferencing.

Prime Minister said that in the battle against Covid, along with the vaccines, our values and sense of duty are our biggest strengths. Praising the citizens who participated in this battle last year considering it their duty, he said that the same feeling of Janbhagidari needs to be encouraged now as well. He said that the role of the Governors, through appropriate utilization of their social capacity, thus becomes all the more critical to achieving this. Governors are an important link to ensure better coordination between State Governments and society, he said, adding that the combined power of all community organizations, political parties, NGOs and social institutions needs to be harnessed.

Prime Minister suggested that the Governors can actively engage to ensure that social institutions collaborate seamlessly with the State Governments towards micro containment. He said that their social network can help ensure an increase in the capacity of ambulances, ventilators and oxygen in hospitals. Along with spreading the message about vaccination and treatment, the Governors can also spread awareness about AYUSH related remedies.

Prime Minister noted that our youth, our workforce, is an important part of our economy. Hence, it is important to ensure that our youth follows all Covid related protocols and precautions. He said that the Governors’ role is also critical in ensuring the greater engagement of our students in University campuses towards this Janbhagidari. We also need to focus on better utilization of facilities at University and College campuses, he added. He said that just like last year, NCC and NSS also have a key role to play this year as well. Prime Minister said that the Governors are an important pillar of Janbhagidari in this battle and their coordination with State Governments and guidance to institutions of the State will further strengthen the nation’s resolve.

Discussing the rise in the number of Covid cases, the Prime Minister said that in this stage of the fight against the virus, the country stands to gain from last year’s experience and improved healthcare capacity. He discussed the increase RTPCR testing capacity and noted that the country has become Aatmanirbhar with respect to kits and other material related to testing. All this has led to a reduction in the cost of RTPCR tests also. He added that most of the products related to testing are also available on the GeM portal. Prime Minister emphasized the significance of increasing tracking, tracing and testing, and said that RTPCR testing needs to be increased from 60% to 70%. He said that it is pertinent to ensure that more and more people get tested.

Prime Minister underlined that the government is committed to ensuring adequate availability of vaccines. He highlighted that India has become the fastest nation to reach the landmark of 10 crore vaccinations. Noting the positive impact of Tika Utsav in the last four days, he said that in this period, the vaccination drive was expanded and new vaccination centres also came up.


The Vice President of India, Union Home Minister and Union Health Minister also attended the interaction.

The Vice President appreciated the Prime Minister for leading the fight against Covid and his proactive steps to develop the infrastructure required to tackle the pandemic. He also highlighted the scientific community's contribution in giving a vaccine to India and the whole world. He also talked about the contribution of healthcare workers, sanitation workers, and other frontline workers who have played a vital role during the pandemic.

The Vice President called upon the Governors to bring up a coordinated front by leading all-party meetings in their respective states and engaging with civil society organisations to spread awareness about covid-appropriate behaviour. The Vice president said that a 'Team India spirit' cutting across policy lines should be adopted, and in this regard, Governors as the 'Guardians of the State' could guide the State Governments.

Union Home Minister stressed the importance of saving each and every life. Union Health Secretary gave a presentation on Covid cases and vaccination drive. He gave an overview of how India has followed a proactive and pre-emptive approach in this endeavour.

The Governors shared details of how their respective states are tackling the spread of the virus and coordinating activities towards ensuring a smooth implementation of the vaccination drive, while also mentioning the deficiencies of healthcare facilities in the States.

They gave suggestions for further improvement in the efforts and shared plans of how Janbhagidari can be increased through the active social engagement of various groups.