PM Modi addresses a public meeting in Madhya Pradesh’s Barwani

Published By : Admin | November 13, 2023 | 16:30 IST
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In an electrifying public address in Barwani, Madhya Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the manifesto released by the Madhya Pradesh BJP is set to take the state to new heights. He said, “The meticulously crafted manifesto charts a transformative course for Madhya Pradesh, focusing on self-reliance, youth and women empowerment, and holistic development for all communities.”

PM Modi emphasized the inclusive nature of the BJP’s manifesto, stating, “The BJP’s manifesto is dedicated to strengthening every individual in my family.” He assured the people that the BJP’s track record reflects a commitment to turning promises into action, underlining, “Rest assured, every promise made to you will be fulfilled, and this is Modi’s guarantee.”

Addressing historical oversights, PM Modi highlighted the BJP’s dedicated efforts to enhance the dignity of tribal communities. He shared, “Congress has always overlooked and never cared about the tribal community. BJP has worked to enhance the dignity of the tribal community.”

Drawing attention to the slogan echoing in Madhya Pradesh, “Congress Aayi, Tabaahi Laayi,” PM Modi cited experiences where Congress governance led to crises. He contrasted the BJP’s commitment to delivering on promises with the unfulfilled assurances made by Congress in states like Himachal Pradesh.

The PM underscored the correlation between Congress governance and rising crime rates, riots, and atrocities against women. Referring to Rajasthan’s five-year misrule, PM Modi urged the youth to recognize another identity of Congress’ governance.

Highlighting the BJP’s commitment to tribal welfare, PM Modi outlined the party’s achievements, including the establishment of a separate ministry and budget for tribal community welfare. PM Modi said, “It was the BJP government that, for the first time, established a separate ministry and budget for the welfare of the tribal community. Now, basic amenities like roads, electricity, and water are reaching tribal villages under the BJP government.”

PM Modi lauded the increase in tribal children’s vaccination under Mission Indradhanush. He highlighted the effectiveness of the PM Matru Vandana Yojana and assistance to sisters under the Ladli Behna and Ladli Laxmi schemes. He acknowledged the BJP government’s initiation of a national campaign to eradicate sickle cell anaemia.

Drawing a stark contrast, PM Modi highlighted that Congress supported only 7-8 forest produce, whereas the BJP government provides MSP for more than 90 forest produce. He commended the BJP’s introduction of the Van Dhan Yojana.

Speaking on the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, PM Modi acknowledged the hard work of every Madhya Pradesh BJP karyakarta, stating, “Every BJP karyakarta is my strength.” He noted the active participation of women, emphasizing that the Congress is sleepless as his sisters in MP work as BJP karyakartas at every booth.

In concluding remarks, PM Modi urged voters to reflect on the BJP’s commitment to development, contrasting it with Congress’ unfulfilled promises and misrule. The manifesto signifies the BJP’s commitment to inclusive and holistic development, bringing prosperity to every corner of Madhya Pradesh.

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