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The choice in these elections is between the BJP’s model of inclusive development or the Mahamilawat’s model of division, hate and fear: PM Modi
The kind of hooliganism and violence that has taken place during election campaigning in West Bengal this time is unprecedented: PM Modi
The people of Bengal have resolved to get rid of their corrupt, insensitive and repressive government and will give the TMC’s goons a befitting response by voting resoundingly in support of the BJP: Prime Minister Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed three large public rallies in Mau, Chandauli and Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh today where he contrasted the BJP’s model of inclusive development with that of Opposition Mahamilawat’s model of division, hate and fear and said that the citizens of the country had rejected the latter model and the elections results on 23rd May will prove it.

Addressing the massive crowd in attendance, PM Modi hit out at the Opposition alliance ‘Mahamilawat’ for creating rift in society while enriching themselves by illegal activities. He said, “Initially these ‘Mahamilawati’ leaders wanted to destroy Modi’s image and even posed for cameras together in order to show their unity against Modi, but when it came to naming their Prime Miniserial candidate, everyone has begun projecting themselves as the next Prime Minister, leaving all their ‘unity’ aside. By now, the people have shown them that they will no longer let the Opposition’s divisive model win and so these ‘Mahamilawatis’ have resorted to running a vicious campaign of spreading lies, hate and fear among the people in order to increase their votes.”

Speaking about the recent violence and vandalism that has characterized much of election campaigning in Bengal this time, Prime Minister Modi said, “The kind of hooliganism and violence that has taken place during election campaigning in West Bengal this time is unprecedented not only in its scale but also because the ruling TMC has employed its entire state machinery in sponsoring such violence against the BJP. However, the people of Bengal have resolved to get rid of their corrupt, insensitive and repressive government and will give the TMC’s goons a befitting response by voting resoundingly in support of the BJP.” In this context, PM Modi blamed the TMC for vandalizing the bust of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar at a Kolkata college during the recent road show of BJP President Amit Shah and said that the BJP government was fully committed to Vidyasagar’s vision of reform and peace and will install a grand statue of the social reformer again.

PM Modi later predicted a 300-seat plus victory for the BJP in the upcoming elections and attributed his confidence to the overwhelming support the party has received from people of all sections. He described how the ‘Mahamilawati’ Chief Ministers of SP-BSP ruled UP for a long time and instead of focusing on people’s development, they indulged in massive corruption, enriching their own families illegally while the ordinary people languished in poverty. He applauded the state BJP government under CM Yogi Adityanath for rapidly transforming the state’s economy while also achieving major milestones in providing access of basic services like electricity, sanitation, water and housing to the poorest people.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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August 21, 2019
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I will be visiting France, UAE and Bahrain during 22-26 August 2019.  

My visit to France reflects the strong strategic partnership, which our two countries deeply value, and share. On 22-23 August 2019, I would have bilateral meetings in France, including a summit interaction with President Macron and a meeting with Prime Minister Philippe. I would also interact with the Indian community and dedicate a memorial to the Indian victims of the two Air India crashes in France in the 1950s & 1960s.

Later, on 25-26 August, I will participate in the G7 Summit meetings as Biarritz Partner at the invitation of President Macron in the Sessions on Environment, Climate, Oceans and on Digital Transformation. 

India and France have excellent bilateral ties, which are reinforced by a shared vision to cooperate for further enhancing peace and prosperity for our two countries and the world at large. Our strong strategic and economic partnership is complemented by a shared perspective on major global concerns such as terrorism, climate change, etc.  I am confident that this visit will further promote our long-standing and valued friendship with France for mutual prosperity, peace and progress.

During the visit to the United Arab Emirates on 23-24 August, I look forward to discuss with His Highness the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, entire gamut of bilateral relations and regional and international issues of mutual interest.

I also look forward to jointly release the stamp to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi along with His Highness the Crown Prince. It will be an honour to receive the ‘Order of Zayed’, the highest civilian decoration conferred by the UAE government, during this visit. I will also formally launch RuPay card to expand the network of cashless transactions abroad.

Frequent high-level interactions between India and UAE testify to our vibrant relations. UAE is our third-largest trade partner and fourth-largest exporter of crude oil for India. The qualitative enhancement of these ties is among one of our foremost foreign policy achievements. The visit would further strengthen our multifaceted bilateral ties with UAE.

I will also be visiting the Kingdom of Bahrain from 24-25, August 2019.  This would be the first ever Prime Ministerial visit from India to the Kingdom. I look forward to discussing with Prime Minister His Royal Highness Prince Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the ways to further boost our bilateral  relations and share views on regional and international issues of mutual interest. I would also be meeting His Majesty the King of Bahrain Shaikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and other leaders.

I would also take the opportunity to interact with the Indian diaspora. I will be blessed to be present at the formal beginning of the re-development of  the temple of Shreenathji- the oldest in the Gulf region – in the wake of the auspicious festival of Janmashtami. I am confident that this visit would further deepen our relationship across the sectors.