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I urge all the eligible voters in Kerala to turn out and exercise their franchise in support of the BJP: PM Modi
Only the BJP can ensure social justice for every group in Kerala like we did across the country: PM Modi
Everybody has seen how the UDF and LDF are threatening the traditions and religious practices of the people here: Prime Minister Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a major public meeting in Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala today.

Urging his supporters in the southern state to vote for the BJP in the ongoing General elections, PM Modi said, “The faith and affection towards the BJP and me has only increased over time. I am here to seek the blessings of the people so that we continue to transform this faith into rapid development. This is why, I urge all the eligible voters in Kerala to turn out and exercise their franchise in support of the BJP during these elections and strengthen our resolve to bring rapid development in Kerala.”

 

 

Taking on the regional rivals, the UDF and the ruling LDF for their ineffective policies and rampant corruption, PM Modi said, “Only the BJP can ensure social justice for every group in Kerala. Everybody has seen how the UDF and LDF are threatening the traditions and religious practices of the people here while they indulge in corruption, bribery and other illegal activities. Can anyone forgive the Congress for the humiliation and suffering it gave to Mr. Nambi Narayan, whose entire career was destroyed by the false allegations of the Congress. This is the true face of these parties, they are not people-centric, they are ‘family-centric’ instead.” He further commented on the issue of Congress President contesting elections from the seat of Wayanad in Kerala and said that the Congress party had done so because it wanted to replicate the ‘Amethi Model of Development’ in Wayanad and added that contesting from South India was not giving a message to the people of the South, it was rather about appeasing specific communities that was the main motivation behind such a decision.

 

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PM Narendra Modi meets members of JP Morgan International Council
October 22, 2019
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PM Modi meets the JP Morgan International Council in New Delhi
Development of world class infrastructure, althcare and providing quality education are policy priorities for the Govt: PM

PM met with the JP Morgan International Council in New Delhi today. After 2007, this was the first time that the International Council met in India. 

The International Council comprises of global statesmen like former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, former Australian PM John Howard, former US Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and Condoleezza Rice, former Secretary of Defence Robert Gates as well as leading figures from the world of business and finance like Jamie Dimon (JP Morgan Chase), Ratan Tata (Tata Group) and leading representatives from global companies like Nestle, Alibaba, Alfa, Iberdola, Kraft Heinz etc.

While welcoming the group to India, Prime Minister discussed his vision for making India a USD 5 trillion economy by 2024. Prime Minister said that the development of world class physical infrastructure and improvements in affordable health-care and providing quality education were some other policy priorities for the Government.

People’s Participation remained a guiding tenet of policy making for the Government. On foreign policy front, India continued to work together with its strategic partners and close neighbors to build a fair and equitable multipolar world order.