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I am dedicated 24X7 to Mission 2047: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi
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Indi Alliance’s priority is commission, we focus on mission: PM Modi

Modi accuses Congress of being dominated by Muslim League and Leftist ideals

Prime Minister addresses election rally in Saharanpur

By Our Correspondent

Saharanpur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Saturday, said that his life is dedicated 24X7 to Mission 2047. Addressing a huge public meeting in Saharanpur, the PM added: “Your dream is Modi’s resolve. Every moment of my life is dedicated to the service of the nation.”

Hitting out at the Indi Alliance in general and Congress in particular, he said that while both prioritise commission, the NDA and Modi government focus on the mission to serve the country and its people. He remarked: “Today is the foundation day of BJP. In the last few decades, a record number of countrymen have joined the BJP. BJP has won the trust of people because it follows national policy and not politics. For us there is nothing bigger than the country and national interest. Poor welfare is not an election announcement but a mission for us.”

Highlights of PM Modi’s speech:

-Indi Alliance is re-releasing flop film of two boys.

– During Congress rule, India’s image had become that of a corrupt country.

– Poor welfare is not an election announcement for us, but an ongoing mission

– Yogiji stands firm: No compromise on law and order.

-A developed Jammu and Kashmir is being built by collecting the stones thrown in Kashmir.

– We have abolished triple talaq; Muslim daughters will bless us for centuries.

The Prime Minister said that during Congress rule commission was commonplace and the country’s image had become that of a corrupt nation. He emphasized that the vigorous crackdown on corruption being carried out by the government today is solely aimed at securing a brighter future for the populace. “Corrupt individuals shatter the aspirations of the underprivileged, robbing them of opportunities and hindering progress. When rightful opportunities are usurped by others, it jeopardizes the prospects of one’s children. Modi’s resolute actions against corruption are aimed at safeguarding the future prospects of every individual’s offspring,” he remarked.

Continuing his scathing attack on the Congress Party, the PM further pointed out that the party is dominated by the Muslim League and Leftist ideals. “The Congress that fought for India’s independence ended decades ago”, he remarked.

He stated: “Worshipping ‘Shakti’ (power) as a facet of our inherent spiritual quest is natural, yet members of the Indi Alliance openly oppose it, claiming their struggle is against Shakti. Perhaps they are unaware of the consequences recorded in both history and mythology for those who attempted to dismantle Shakti.”

PM Modi urged people to ensure victory of BJP candidates Raghav Lakhan Pal (Saharanpur) and Pradeep Chaudhary (Kairana) by record margin.

Describing the construction of a grand temple in Ayodhya as a mission and not an election agenda, PM said this year on Ramnavmi, Lord Shri Ram will grace his majestic temple rather than the makeshift tent.

“Another milestone achieved is the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, which was also part of our mission and has been accomplished. Modi is leading the effort to rebuild a prosperous Jammu and Kashmir, even collecting the stones thrown by stone pelters to contribute to this endeavor. We believe in ensuring that government schemes reach every stratum of society, regardless of class, caste, or individual background. True secularism and social justice entail ensuring that all beneficiaries receive their rightful entitlements”, he asserted.

The Prime Minister added further that the government took the historic decision of abolishing triple talaq, which has not only safeguarded Muslim women, but also benefited Muslim families as a whole, emphasizing that Muslim daughters will continue to bless the BJP for centuries to come.

The Prime Minister lauded Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s role in establishing rule of law in Uttar Pradesh by launching a massive crackdown on criminals and rioters and creating a conducive environment for investment.

“This area is also known for its agricultural products. Our government has been working for the farmer brothers for 10 years. Our government is sensitive towards the small needs of the farmers. Small farmers in the country are being helped through PM Kisan Nidhi. In Saharanpur alone, Rs 860 crore has been sent directly to the accounts of 3 lakh farmers”, he informed.

The Prime Minister said that while his government wants to make India a developed nation, the opposition parties are only desperate to get power to serve their selfish ends. He said that this is the first election in the country where the opposition is not claiming victory and contesting solely to restrict BJP’s number of seats to less than 370 and NDA’s to less than 400.

“SP has to change its candidates every hour and Congress is not getting any candidates at all. Even on previously considered Congress’s stronghold, the party is not fielding candidates. The party’s credibility has come to such a sorry passé that one day it gives ticket to a person and the next day the person resigns from the party. Indie alliance has become another name for instability and uncertainty”, he stated.

The PM said that today’s Congress has neither policies for the national interest nor a vision for nation building. Referring to Congress’ manifesto, he remarked that it shows that the party is completely cut off from the hopes and aspirations of today’s India.

PM Modi said that while the Congress’ sole agenda is ‘save the corrupt,’ the BJP government is determined to continue action against corruption and the corrupt.

Describing the last 10 years of NDA government as a trailer, the Prime Minister said that there is still a lot to be done to take the country forward. “The day is not far when India will become the third largest economic superpower in the world. Modi needs blessings for such huge resolutions”, he said.

On this occasion, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, BJP state president Chaudhary Bhupendra Singh, ministers in Yogi government Yogendra Upadhyay, Brajesh Singh, Jaswant Saini as well as BJP candidate from Saharanpur Raghav Lakhan Pal Sharma, MP and BJP candidate from Kairana Pradeep Chaudhary etc. were present.

 

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