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Since 2014, our government made ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas’ its guiding mantra to work equally for every Indian: PM Modi in UP
We all remember how the leaders who based their politics on Dr. Ambedkar decieved his values and allied themselves with dynastic and caste politics: Prime Minister Modi
I am convinced that the people of UP will support us wholeheartedly in these elections: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed two massive rallies in Aligarh and Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh today. 

Enlisting the key achievements of his government since 2014, PM Modi said, “Since 2014, our government made ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas’ its guiding mantra to work equally for every Indian. While we constructed millions of toilets and increased the sanitation coverage in the nation from 38% in 2014 to 98% in 2019, we also curbed high inflation and made annual income upto ₹5 lakh tax-free. While we opened bank accounts for nearly every Indian household, we also increased the MSP of farmers’ produce to one and half times their cost. So, in effect, we have devoted our five years to improve the life of every Indian without discriminating on the basis of caste, religion or economic status.” 

Lashing out at the Opposition parties such as Congress, BSP and SP for their decades of neglect and apathy towards the people of Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister Modi said, “We all remember how the leaders who based their politics on the name of Dr. Ambedkar decieved his values and allied themselves with divisive politics of caste and dynasty. The people also clearly remember the time when Western UP was burning and people were forced to flee their homes and businesses. That is why the people of Uttar Pradesh stood strongly in support of the BJP in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and said that UP wants development and not caste politics.

The same was reiterated in 2017 when the people elected a BJP government with an overwhelming majority saying they want progress and not politics of caste and appeasement. I am certain the people will again stand with us in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections and strengthen our resolve to develop Uttar Pradesh rapidly and bring back its days of glory.” 

 

Questioning the ‘Maha-Milawat’ leaders in Uttar Pradesh, SP, BSP and Congress about their vision for the future of India, PM Modi said, “I want to ask their leaders if they have a vision to develop India in the future. Do they plan to keep on playing their divisive politics of caste and votebank appeasement in the future too? If so, they must know that the people of Uttar Pradesh no longer trust such parties or their leaders. They want a government that works for them, that puts the ‘country-first’ instead of ‘family-first.’ That is why, the Congress and SP leaders have resorted to name-calling and call me a ‘Chowkidar of Shauchalaya’ (Keeper of toilets). But let me tell them, I am proud to have played a part in ensuring dignity and respect to millions of my sisters and daughters by building toilets for them. Such comments only show the narrow mentality of these parties and their blind hatred for Modi.

Despite being sworn enemies of each other for decades, SP-BSP have now joined hands in an opportunist alliance with the sole purpose to defeat Modi. Modi has become an existential threat to parties like SP-BSP and so they are leaving no stone unturned to defeat me. However, I have full faith in the people of my country and that they will never support such parties who have no agenda but to enrich themselves, not the people.”

Click here to read full text speech of Moradabad

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