DMK contests on family politics, and anti-Tamil culture, with corruption being DMK's Copyright
DMK founded on 'Divide, Divide and Divide' and seeks to destroy 'Sanatan.'
Our endeavour has always been to promote the Tamil Culture, be it the Kashi-Tamil Sangamam, Saurashtra-Tamil Sangamam or me speaking the Tamil language in the UN.
DMK even boycotted the Sthapana of the 'Pavitra Sengol' in the New Parliament Building that served as the founding symbol of India's independence
The neglect of Katchatheevu Island, a big blunder of Congress, has perpetually threatened the lives of fishermen in Tamil Nadu
Congress-DMK has deprived the SC-ST-OBC for decades
DMK-Congress is founded on discrimination and division

Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was accorded a warm welcome by the massive crowd support in Vellore and Mettupalayam as he addressed two public meetings in Tamil Nadu. He said, "I bow down to the history, mythology, and bravery of Vellore." He added, "Vellore created a pivotal revolution against the British, and presently, its robust support for the N.D.A. showcases the spirit of 'Fir ek Baar Modi Sarkar'."

Regarding the importance of the 21st century, PM Modi said, "This 21st century is crucial for a 'Viksit Bharat & a 'Viksit Tamil Nadu'. He added that our government has laid the foundation for unprecedented development over the last ten years to enable this. He said, "Our government enabled big and bold decisions amidst a weak economy and plethora of scams." He added, "Today when India is achieving paramount success across arenas, the hard work, talent and potential of the people of Tamil Nadu have a significant contribution.

Emphasizing working towards the aspirations of the people, PM Modi said, "The government is keenly working towards the aspirations of the people of Vellore, and the UDAN scheme enabling modern air connectivity is a testimony to the same. He added that modernizing railways has also provided an infra impetus benefitting students across India greatly.

Lamenting DMK's brand of politics, PM Modi said, "DMK contests on family politics, corruption and anti-Tamil culture." He added that DMK's family has destabilized the youth of Tamil Nadu and has facilitated systematic loot, depriving Tamil Nadu of its development. He said, "Corruption is DMK's Copyright." He added that the drug mafia has severely impacted the children, leading to Tamil Nadu being in a dire state.

Elaborating on the tendency of divisive politics in Tamil Nadu, PM Modi said, "DMK founded on 'Divide, Divide and Divide'." He added that DMK's agenda is to 'Divide and Rule'. He said, "DMK even boycotted the Sthapana of the 'Pavitra Sengol' in the New Parliament Building that served as the founding symbol of India's independence." He added, "Our endeavour has always been to promote the Tamil Culture, be it the Kashi-Tamil Sangamam, Saurashtra-Tamil Sangamam or me speaking the Tamil language in the UN.”

Addressing the unfortunate disregard and neglect of Katchatheevu Island, PM Modi said, "Congress-DMK policies have constantly threatened the lives of fishermen in Tamil Nadu." He added, "The neglect of Katchatheevu Island, a big blunder of Congress, has perpetually threatened the lives of fishermen in Tamil Nadu." He said that it was only our government that brought the Indian fishermen back.

Emphasizing the importance of 'Shakti' for the people of Tamil Nadu, PM Modi said, "I.N.D.I alliance aims to end the 'Shakti' which is dear to the people of Tamil Nadu." He added that D.M.K. seeks to destroy 'Sanatan'. He said that Vellore holds a special place for him as he visited it as CM of Gujarat to seek the blessings of the 'Narayani Temple'.

In conclusion, PM Modi said, "April 19 is going to be an important day to envisage the future of Tamil Nadu." He thanked the people of Vellore, Tamil Nadu, and expressed his confidence in their support for the B.J.P. in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in 2024.

Addressing a rally in Mettupalayam, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Congress-DMK has deprived the SC-ST-OBC for decades”. He added that the I.N.D.I have never trusted the potential of the people of India. He said that even during the COVID pandemic, India’s MSMEs were provided with support of more than Rs. 2 lakh crores.

Criticizing DMK’s narrow thinking, PM Modi said, “We have created the defence corridor in Tamil Nadu, but would have it been possible under the I.N.D.I alliance.” He said that all our steps have been to enable increasing investments in Tamil Nadu. He said that it is our model of governance that has facilitated increased employment opportunities with a vibrant logistics sector.

In conclusion, PM Modi said, “DMK-Congress is founded on discrimination and division”. He added that their aim for this election is to make Modi leave the country while our priority is to rid the country of its vices like corruption, discrimination, and poverty, among various others. He expressed complete faith in the people of Tamil Nadu to help BJP emerge victorious in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

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In an interview with Punjab Kesari, Jag Bani, Hind Samachar, and Navodaya Times, Prime Minister Modi discussed the Lok Sabha elections and the country's development. On the issue of farmers, he stated that farmers are our 'Annadatas.' He said that his government has undertaken work in the agricultural sector that no previous government had done. Regarding the opposition, he remarked that the INDI alliance lacks any plan or vision for the country's development and is therefore engaged in nonsensical rhetoric.

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