As the clock ticks down to the upcoming elections in Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Rajasthan, Telangana, and Chhattisgarh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is revving up his election campaign engine, leaving no stone unturned in his quest for victory.
On the 25th of September, a day marking the birth anniversary of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya, a co-founder of Jana Sangh, Prime Minister Modi addressed a massive gathering of BJP workers in Madhya Pradesh. The charismatic leader wasted no time in making his intentions clear as he reached out to both party workers and voters.
One of the key messages he conveyed was directed towards the young voters who will be casting their votes for the first time in the state. With a hint of pride in his voice, PM Modi asserted, “The youth of Madhya Pradesh have not seen the corruption, the bad roads, the cities without electricity under the previous Congress government. The youth of Madhya Pradesh have only seen BJP’s ‘sushasan’ (good governance).”
However, PM Modi did not stop there. He passionately voiced his concerns about the possibility of the Congress, a dynasty party, or parties that practice vote-bank appeasement coming to power. He urged voters and BJP workers not to allow this to happen, emphasizing that Madhya Pradesh cannot afford to become a “Bimaru” (sick) state again. He highlighted the importance of safeguarding the future of Madhya Pradesh’s youth from potential destruction.
Shifting gears to the national stage, PM Modi spoke about the construction of the new Parliament building. He pointed out that the BJP government’s efforts in this regard received widespread appreciation, but the Congress had been opposing it from day one. “Even now, they are spreading negativity. Anything new that Bharat does, any achievement Bharat makes, Congress does not like it,” he remarked.
In a poignant moment, PM Modi also touched upon issues related to women’s empowerment and representation. He highlighted that the Congress had the opportunity to pass the women’s reservation bill 30 years ago but failed to do so. He asserted that the Congress and the Ghamadiya alliance are against women’s reservation, sending a clear message to the women of Rajasthan to remain vigilant. He warned that the “Ghamandia [I.N.D.I.A] alliance” would pay the price for attempting to harm Sanatan values.
Continuing his whirlwind election campaign, Prime Minister Modi made stops in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, where he did not mince words when addressing what he referred to as “anti-Indian, especially anti-Sanatani forces.” He asserted that Rajasthan would teach a lesson to the Congress and the INDIA alliance, not just in this election but in every election. He boldly proclaimed, “They will be uprooted.”
As the election date draws nearer, it is clear that PM Modi is leaving nothing to chance. His charisma, strong messaging, and unwavering commitment to the betterment of the country are likely to play a significant role in the electoral outcomes in these states. The battle at the ballot box is heating up, and it will be fascinating to see how the voters respond to his impassioned appeals and calls for good governance.
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