PM Modi addresses public rally in Gonda, Uttar Pradesh

Published By : Admin | February 24, 2017 | 13:52 IST
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed a huge public meeting in Gonda, Uttar Pradesh. During his address Shri Modi thanked the people of Odisha and Maharashtra for their support in the municipal elections. “I thank people of Odisha for reposing faith in the BJP. This shows people want clean & transparent governance. Results in Maharashtra are heartening for the BJP. I thank them too. Congress has been completely sidelined by the people,” he further added. 

PM Modi stressed that his fight against corruption and black money and would continue, “After our decision of demonetisation, a few people are continuously spreading lies. They fear as all their wrong doings are now exposed.” He further added that those who have looted the country for several years would not go unpunished. 

PM took a dig at the corruption in the state, He said that there are auctions to conduct exam at centres and tenders for thefts in the state, all this must end. “Education system in Uttar Pradesh is gripped in corruption and crime. This adversely impacts future of the children. This must end,” he said. 

Prime Minister Modi mentioned that welfare of sugarcane farmers was a top priority for the Government at the Centre. The PM took note of the troubles that sugarcanes farmer in Uttar Pradesh were facing. He said that the present Samajwadi Party government was not doing anything for the farmers. He added, “Our Government would not tolerate wrong doings by SP, BSP with the farmers of UP. We will ensure that rights of farmers are protected.”  

PM Modi spoke in detail about several aspects Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. He explained how it could be helpful to the farmers. Shri Modi attacked the opposition by asking them what they have done for the farmers of the Uttar Pradesh. He added, “We would waive off loans of small farmers, if we come to power in Uttar Pradesh.” 

Shri Modi said that the BJP was committed to work for welfare of the poor. He recalled Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri’s mantra of ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’ and Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s mantra of ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan’. The Prime Minister said that BJP was committed to fulfil their dreams of a prosperous India.

Prime Minister Modi complemented the armed forces for their valour and said, “Our armed forces did a commendable task. They destroyed terror camps across the border in the surgical strike. They've made nation proud.”  Shri Modi attacked the opposition and said that they did not do anything to save the honour of our ex-servicemen. He said, “Congress party, whom SP has allied with, never respected armed forces. They did not even take note of troubles our ex-servicemen faced.” 

Shri Modi urged people to change the government and to vote for the BJP. “Urge people of Uttar Pradesh to elect a BJP Government with full majority. We will ensure safety of people & security of the state,” he said. 

He further mentioned that BJP government was dedicated towards the empowerment of poor. Shri Modi talked about various initiatives and schemes introduced by the Government in this regard. “Discrimination between rich & poor must end. We opened up bank accounts for the poor & empowered them financially,” he further added. 

Several party karyakartas were also present at the event.

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