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PM Modi addresses Parivartan Rally in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
PM Modi congratulates the 125 crore Indians for India’s growing stature on the world stage
No one can imagine the rich contribution of Uttar Pradesh to India: PM
The Ganga is not merely water, it is the pride of India: PM
UP needs a Vikas Yagya. Vikas Yagya In UP will remove the evils of nepotism, casteism, criminalization: PM
Wherever BJP has formed governments, those states have developed: PM
Since Independence, the most farmer friendly crop insurance scheme has been initiated by this Government: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed a massive public meeting in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. Beginning his speech, Shri Narendra Modi credited the 125 crore Indians for the country’s growing stature on the world stage.

The Prime Minister remarked that Uttar Pradesh needed a Vikas Yagya that would free the state from the strangles of nepotism, casteism and criminalisation. “A new Vikas Yagya in Uttar Pradesh will remove the evils of nepotism, casteism and criminalisation that has troubled the state for several years”, the PM added.

PM Modi noted the problems that youth in the state suffered due to lack of opportunities. He added furthermore saying that providing employment opportunities to the youth have been a major focus for his Government. “The hardships that the elders had to face, we don't want the youth to face those hardships. Without development, how can the youth of India get employment opportunities? We decided on abolition of interviews for Class III and Class IV. This is an effort to end corruption”, said the PM.

Shri Modi stated that, Samjwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party, both who ruled the state for several years had only made serious allegations against each other but they did nothing for the state to prosper when in power. He said that, in contrast, wherever there was a BJP led Government, the state had prospered at fast rate. “When Kalyan Singh ji and Rajnath Singh ji served in UP, the state developed greatly. Development is our priority. Development has always been a priority for BJP in Uttar Pradesh”, he added.

Shri Narendra Modi highlighted several measures of the BJP led NDA Government at Centre that were leading the country on the path of progress and uplifting the poor and marginalised to lead a better life. He shed light on how his Government had taken up the work to electrify rural India in mission mode. The PM added, “As an MP from UP, I felt really sad that there are villages in UP that lack access to electricity.”

Citing pro-farmer steps taken by his Government, the PM talked about the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. The PM said that it was the most farmer friendly crop insurance scheme launched independence. He also spoke at length about the on-going developments in the infrastructure sector. “The pace of building roads, railway infrastructure is the highest. Highest coal production happened after our Government assumed office”, he added.

The rally was attended by several BJP state and national leaders. Veteran BJP leaders, Shri LK Advani and Shri Murli Manohar Joshi were present.

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It was unfortunate that even after 70 years of independence, over 18,000 villages remained in dark: PM Modi
In 2005, the UPA Govt promised to electrify every village by 2009. The then President of the ruling party went a step ahead & spoke about bringing electricity to every home. None of that happened: PM
From the ramparts of the Red Fort I had announced that every village will be electrified. We walked the talk and went to every village: PM
About 14,500 villages out of the 18,000 that had not been electrified, were in Eastern India. We have changed that: PM Modi

Interacting with beneficiaries of rural electrification, PM Modi said it was unfortunate that even after 70 years of independence, 18,000 villages lacked electricity. He attacked the previous UPA government for not being able to fulfill its promise of power for all by 2009. He mentioned how the NDA Government, not only focussed on electrification but also reformed the distribution systems across the country.