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I urge the people to work collectively towards achieving greater heights of progress in the future: PM Modi
We all must remember the sacrifices made by all those who have laid down their lives towards the cause of nation building: PM Modi in A.P.
The Central government will leave no stone unturned to ensure rapid development in Andhra Pradesh: Prime Minister Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a large public meeting in Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh on his way back from his foreign visit to Maldives and Sri Lanka today.

Addressing the crowd, PM Modi wished for the betterment of the nation and its people with the blessings of Lord Venkateswara and strengthen the Central government to fulfil its promises made to the people.

Shri Modi also urged the people to work collectively towards achieving greater heights of progress in the future. He also urged people to remember the sacrifices of all those that laid down their lives to the cause of nation building.

At this occasion, Prime Minister Modi also assured the Centre’s full cooperation to the Andhra government led by newly elected CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. He said that the Central government will leave no stone unturned to ensure rapid development in Andhra Pradesh with their guiding principles of ‘Jan Sampark’, ‘Jan Seva,’ ‘Jan Samarthan’ and ‘Jan Hit.’

 

 

 

 

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I am a sevak, have come here to give account of BJP's achievements before people of Jharkhand, says PM Modi in Dumka
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The campaigning in Jharkhand has gained momentum as Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addressed a mega rally in Dumka today. Accusing Congress and the JMM, PM Modi said, “They do not have any roadmap for development of Jharkhand, nor do they have done anything in the past. But we understand your problems and work towards solving them.”

Hitting out at the opposition parties, he said, “The ones whom people of Jharkhand had trusted just worked for their own good. Those people had to be punished by you, but they are still not reformed. They have just been filling their treasury.”

Talking about the Citizenship Amendment Act, PM Modi said that to give respect to the minority communities from Pakistan, Afghanistan, & Bangladesh, who fled to India & were forced to live as refugees, both houses of parliament passed the Citizenship Amendment bill. “Congress and their allies are creating a ruckus. They are doing arson because they did not get their way. Those who are creating violence can be identified by their clothes itself. The work that has been done on Pakistan's money is now being done by Congress,” he said.

The Prime Minister outlined the progress and development successes of the Jharkhand. He said, “Before 2014, the Chief Minister of the state used to claim the construction of 30-35 thousand houses and described it as their achievement. But now we are moving forward with the resolve that every poor person in the country should have their own house.”

Addressing a poll meeting in Dumka, PM Modi said, "The BJP governments at the Centre and the state would continue to protect Jharkhand's 'jal', 'jungle' and 'jameen', no matter what the opposition parties say."

“In Jharkhand, the institutes of higher education, engineering and medical studies like IIT, AIIMS were opened, this is also done by BJP,” asserted PM Modi in Jharkhand's Dumka district. Also, the PM urged citizens of Jharkhand to come out and vote in large numbers.