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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today interacted with BJP Booth Karyakartas from Hatkanangale, Kolhapur, Madha, Satara and South Goa via video conferencing.

He appreciated the spirit, honesty, hard work and commitment of the BJP Karyakartas - whatever may have been the past electoral outcomes of the party in a particular area.

He said the BJP Karyakarta is not only fully committed towards achieving the goals of the party through thick and thin, but also remains connected and aware of the views and concerns of the ordinary public. This helps grassroot issues reach the top level of the party so that they can be addressed.

The Prime Minister criticized the various opposition parties who have joined hands for a Mahagathbandhan, with the sole objective of defeating the BJP in the upcoming elections. He said that while they we have made an alliance with each other, the BJP has made an alliance with the 130 crore people of the country. It is ironical that those parties that do not have an iota of democracy within themselves are now forming alliances to tell people about the state of democracy in the country, he said.

He even mentioned how one leader had accidentally recalled the Bofors scandal in the Mahagathbandhan rally in Kolkata yesterday.

Responding to criticisms about the timing of his government’s decision to provide 10% reservation in education and jobs for the economically weaker sections of the general category as being politically-motivated, Prime Minister Modi said, that elections keep happening frequently in India. Therefore, to link this decision with any election is illogical, he said. If this decision had been implemented a few months ago, there would have been rumours that the decision was taken before assembly elections of five crucial states and so on, the Prime Minister explained. So, rather than politicising this decision, everybody should be supportive of such measures, he added.

The Prime Minister explained how the entire agriculture ecosystem is being strengthened to improve the income of the farmers. He spoke of the increased irrigation coverage in Maharashtra, and steps taken for the entire sugar sector, which would benefit the sugarcane farmers in Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh.

He said the world is looking at India differently today, and noticing the transformation from "fragile five" to "fastest growing economy."

Concluding his fruitful interaction with party workers, PM Modi listed out several bold and transformative decisions and initiatives of his government in various spheres of life which have not only significantly eased living for Indians but have greatly enhanced India’s reputation in the world on various developmental parameters such as sanitation coverage and access to electricity.

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