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PM Encouraged Citizens to Head to the Polling Booths & Vote in Phase II

PM Encouraged Citizens to Head to the Polling Booths & Vote in Phase II

Same as the day when the first phase of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 began, Prime Minister Narendra Modi again took to his Twitter handle and called upon voters for the second phase voting.

As Lok Sabha elections are being held in seven phases for 543 seats on several dates such as April 11, April 18, April 23, April 29, May 6, May 12 and May 19, today marks the beginning of the second phase. The counting of these voting rounds will be held on May 23.

PM Modi tweeted early morning and encouraged more people to come out and vote in large numbers.

He wrote,

“Dear Citizens of India,

Phase 2 of the Lok Sabha polls start today. I am sure all those whose seats are polling today will strengthen our democracy by exercising their franchise.

I hope more youngsters head to the polling booths and vote!”

Not only in tweets but during recent election rallies also PM Modi had focussed on asking young people to support forming a stable government and not one run by what he called “mahamilavat,” pointing to the opposition’s grand alliance.

Before elections also, PM Modi went on a tweet spree by using #VoteKar to motivate people to engage in the Lok Sabha Elections 2019.

Even under the shadow of multiple raids involving what the authorities say is a cash-for-votes scam in Tamil Nadu, the second phase of the gigantic Lok Sabha elections 2019 began.

Polling in the Vellore seat has been canceled following huge cash haul by Income Tax officials. Elections for 18 assemblies and 38 Lok Sabha seats of the state are being held.

Eleven states like Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, Odisha, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Manipur and Jammu, and Kashmir and a union territory Puducherry are going to poll for the second phase of the Lok Sabha elections for 95 constituencies today.

However, today’s polling was scheduled to be held in 97 seats, but polling in Tripura East constituencies and Vellore (Tamil Nadu) was canceled by the Election Commission of India.

Around 15.8 crore voters are eligible to vote in the Phase 2 of the Lok Sabha Polls, and these voters will decide the fortunes of former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda as well as four union ministers.

In the third phase, voting will be held in 115 constituencies. In the fourth phase, the count is 71, in the fifth phase is 51, in the sixth phase number is 59 while in the seventh phase 59 seats will participate.

PM Modi Addresses Rallies at Korba and Bhatapara, Chhattisgarh

PM Modi Addresses Rallies at Korba and Bhatapara, Chhattisgarh

Ahead of two days for second phase Lok Sabha election in Chhattisgarh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a poll rally there in Korba and Bhatapara.

 

A state BJP spokesperson said,

“The PM will first address a public meeting in Korba district headquarter at around 11 am and the next one in Bhatapara town of Balodabazar-Bhatapara district at around 1:30 pm.”

Korba rally was also attended by BJP candidates Jyotinand Dubey from Korba Lok Sabha constituency, Gomtee Sai from Raigarh (ST) constituency, and Renuka Singh from Surguja (ST) seat. And, BJP’s Raipur nominee Sunil Soni, Janjgir-Champa (SC) contestant Guharam Ajgale and Bilaspur candidate Arun Sao attended the Bhatapara rally.

While addressing the crowd, PM Modi said that the strength of “one vote” had enabled the air strike as well as the surgical strike in Pakistan. He said this when already opposition parties claimed that PM is “misusing” the armed forces for electoral gain.

Last week, the Election Commission sought a report from poll officials after Modi’s rally in Latur Maharashtra, where he requested first-time voters to dedicate their vote to those who carried out the air strike at POK.

PM Modi Addresses Rallies at Korba and Bhatapara, Chhattisgarh

As last month EC advisory issued a proforma, asking parties to desist from indulging in political propaganda involving actions of the armed forces, in that context, this issue report was sought.

Later, he again pointed out that today’s India carries out air and surgical strikes across the border and also shoots down a satellite in space but, this became possible by the “one vote” of the people.

Further, in the discussion, PM Modi took a jibe at Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi and said that it was the mindset of the “sultanate” of the ‘Naamdar‘ to abuse the deprived and treat them as slaves.

And, this point of Modi came a day after Gandhi made the “how come all Modis are thieves” statement.

Addressing a rally in Maharashtra on Monday, Gandhi had said,

“I have a question. Why all the thieves have Modi in their names whether be it Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi and Narendra Modi? We don’t know how many more such Modis will come out.”

In response to that, PM Modi accused Gandhi’s comment as frustration amongst the Congress and its “Mahamilvati” collaborators made by the “BJP wave” being witnessed across the country.

PM Modi said,

“The Congress and its Mahamilavati allies are unable to sleep during night. Now they are abusing me in frustration, are insulting me. The voters of India are seeing this”

He added,

“These people are crossing limits daily. According to them, anyone whose name is Modi is a thief. What kind of politics is this? They have labeled a whole community as thieves only to get some applause, just to insult your ‘chowkidar’.”

He continued saying,

“It is naamdar’s sultanate mindset which sneers at the exploited, deprived and treats them as slaves.”

Later PM Modi said that the Congress party labeled honest tax-payers as selfish. He added that the naamdars are itself backed with numerous cases of income tax theft of crores of rupees.

Without mentioning the National Herald case, Modi said,

“They are having fun after committing scam following land allotment to bring out a newspaper…they are out on bail.”

Further, in a veiled reference to the Bofors scam in which late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s name was dragged by the opposition, PM said,

“They seek commission in deals relating to national security.”

Total seven seats will go to polls in the second phase on April 18 such as Raipur, Korba, Janjgir-Champa, Surguja, Bilaspur, Raigarh, and Durg.

PM Modi Had an Interview with National Broadcaster Doordarshan

PM Modi Had an Interview with National Broadcaster Doordarshan

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had an interview with national broadcaster Doordarshan.

There while speaking, PM Modi refuted opposition’s criticism that PM Modi was using the defense forces in his campaign speeches for influencing voters. PM said that the nationalism and sacrifice of soldiers both the issues are as much an important as the death of farmers. He asked then why it can not be an issue of the election.

He said,

“In a country where thousands of its soldiers have been martyred, shouldn’t that be an election issue? If farmers die, then it is an election issue, but when soldiers die then it is not an election issue? How can that be?”

He added,

“If we don’t tell them what our views are on this, then what is the logic in that? …Can any country move ahead without the feeling of nationalism?”

As from last few times in his rallies, PM Modi mentioned about Pulwama attack and fought for the BJP and asked first-time voters to “dedicate their votes” to the Indian Air Force pilots.

And he also mentioned the security personnel killed in the terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama in February and also requested to vote.

For these kinds of statements regarding terror attack, opposition parties accused the Prime Minister that he is using the defense forces for influencing citizens.

For this claim, the election commission took this work to sort out the matter. Well, this issue is still in under examination. Also, the poll authorities in Maharashtra’s Latur have told the Election Commission that the comments seemingly violate its orders and asked parties against using the armed forces in their campaigns.

Also, PM Modi took a jibe at Congress President Rahul Gandhi, claiming that he was mentioning the Rafale issue to “wash the sins of his father,” Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, who handled investigations for the Bofors scandal.

Later Prime Minister said,

“He has made the Rafale issue to wash the sins of his father. For the past six months, he has been making it an issue without any proof. ”

After that, PM Modi stated that his government addressed the basic requirements of the people that in the past five years that should have been fulfilled within the first 10 to 20 years of independence, but unfortunately did not happen.

He said that his comments against the Gandhi family are not at all personal but only against dynastic politics.

He later explained that,

“Dynastic politics is the most dangerous thing for democracy.”

Further, PM Modi commented on the Congress’s minimum income promise Nyuntam Aay Yojana or NYAY and said that the opposition party (Congress) has accepted that they have done “great injustice” to the people for the past 60 years with the announcement of the scheme.

Then PM Modi referred to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and asked,

“Will they give Nyay (justice)?”

Further, PM Modi claimed that there is an “unprecedented wave of support” for his party talking about BJP’s chances in the ongoing elections.

PM Modi declared,

“I have not seen this even in 2014.”

PM Modi, President Kovind Pay Tribute to Father of Indian Constitution

PM Modi, President Kovind Pay Tribute to Father of Indian Constitution

Yesterday on an auspicious occasion of Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Ram Nath Kovind paid homage to father of the Indian Constitution and Dalit social reformer Dr. BR Ambedkar on his 128th birth anniversary.

Prime Minister Modi took to Twitter and wrote,

“संविधान निर्माता और सामाजिक न्याय के प्रणेता बाबासाहेब डॉ. भीमराव अम्बेडकर को उनकी जयंती पर सादर नमन। जय भीम!”

Meanwhile, in a video tribute on Twitter, Prime Minister Modi said-

“He (Ambedkar) is an inspiration to crores of people including me. It is not necessary for a person to born in a rich family. In India, a person born in a poor family can also dream of big things and can achieve them.”

Also, President Ram Nath Kovind took to Twitter and wrote,

“Homage to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar on his birth anniversary. An icon of our nation, and Chief Architect of the Constitution, Dr. Ambedkar waged a life-long struggle for a modern India free of caste and other prejudices, ensuring equal rights for women and weaker sections #PresidentKovind”

Later, UP CM Yogi Aditya Nath also tweeted,

“I bow down in reverence of Bharat Ratna Babasaheb Dr. B R Ambedkar, an apostle of equality & freedom, and whose work left an indelible mark on making of New India.

I draw supreme inspiration from your ideas, which constantly guide me to work for the welfare & dignity of our people.”

 

Babasaheb commonly known as Dr. Ambedkar dedicated his whole life towards the upliftment of untouchables, laborers as well as women.

Dr. Ambedkar became independent India’s first law minister who was born into a poor Dalit family on 14 April 1891. He later became a founding father of the Republic of India and the principal architect of the Constitution of India.

Moreover, he campaigned against the social discrimination of Dalits and inspired the Dalit Buddhist Movement in 1956 for his whole life. Also, he was awarded India’s highest civilian award the Bharat Ratna posthumously in 1990.

Babasaheb Dr. Ambedkar worked as an economist of great repute who always stood for an economically strong India. He established some facts that industrialization was the best way to fight poverty.

Every year on April 14, Ambedkar Jayanti or Bhim Jayanti is celebrated only to commemorate the reformer and his contributions.

PM Modi Honored by Highest Order of the Russian Federation

PM Modi Honored by Highest Order of the Russian Federation

After Seoul Peace Prize and UAE’s Highest Civilian Honor, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been awarded by the highest order of the Russian Federation, i.e., The Order of St Andrew the Apostle.

PM Modi Honored by Highest Order of the Russian Federation

For “exceptional services in promoting a special & privileged strategic partnership” between India and Russia, PM Modi was awarded the order. The Russian embassy also tweeted about it. They wrote,

“On April 12, @narendramodi was decorated with the Order of St Andrew the Apostle for exceptional services in promoting special & privileged strategic partnership between 🇷🇺 and 🇮🇳 and friendly relations between the Russian and Indian peoples.
@mfa_russia @MEAIndia @IndEmbMoscow”

The Russian government says,

“The Order of St Andrew the Apostle is awarded to outstanding politicians and public figures, as well as other citizens of Russia, for exceptional services…”

Around 1699 by Peter the Great in the 17th century, the Order of St Andrew the Apostle was established, and it is the oldest of Russia’s state decorations.

However, both the highest and the oldest state decoration of Russia, The Order of St Andrew the Apostle was abolished in the erstwhile Soviet Union in 1918 but was re-established in the year 1998.

Before Indian PM Modi, Chinese President Xi Jinping was awarded the Order of St Andrew the Apostle in 2017.

Also, Russian President took to his Twitter handle and posted,

“Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the Order of St Andrew for outstanding achievements in promoting partnership with Russia”

In response to that, PM Modi tweeted,

“Honoured to receive this prestigious award. I thank President Putin and the people of Russia.

Foundations of India-Russia friendship are deep & the future of our partnership is bright.

Extensive cooperation between our nations has led to extraordinary outcomes for our citizens.”

He added,

“President Putin remains a source of great strength for the India-Russia friendship.

Under his visionary leadership, bilateral and multilateral cooperation between our nations has scaled new heights.”

Along with the highest order of Russia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has now been awarded around seven top global awards.

PM Modi Addresses Rallies in Silchar & Mangaldoi in Assam

PM Modi Addresses Rallies in Silchar & Mangaldoi in Assam

Ahead of two more election phases in Assam, i.e., April 18 and May 23 Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed rallies at Assam.

There while addressing in Silchar on Thursday, PM Modi said that the BJP was committed to amending the Citizenship Act and would do so by taking all into confidence.

Further while addressing, PM Modi accused that the opposition parties like Congress bring off ill-treating religious minorities from Bangladesh and Pakistan to India due to religious persecution in their countries, while also promoting infiltration to increase their vote bank.

Then, he said,

“The Congress has a history of creating problems. India was divided on the basis of faith in 1947. However, it was not thought what would happen to minorities in Pakistan that was created in the name of Islam. What would happen to the brothers and sisters there, the Congress did not think.”

Also, one of the BJP’s Twitter handles quoted BJP Party President Amit Shah as stating a similar opinion on the National Register of Citizens (NRC), an initiative focused on weeding out illegal immigrants.

The tweet read,

“We will ensure implementation of NRC in the entire country. We will remove every single infiltrator from the country, except Buddha, Hindus and Sikhs: Shri @AmitShah #NaMoForNewIndia”

He added,

“A large number of people who went to temples and Gurdwaras in Pakistan and Bangladesh came to India. The Congress made them stateless in their own country. Created doubt on their identity. Daughters were harassed in the name of religion.”

He continued saying,

“Should the Congress not be punished for playing with the present and future of lakhs of people?”

Later he said the Citizenship Amendment Bill would be brought back in Parliament by BJP. He said,

“However, this work we will do after talking to everyone in society. We will amend the Citizenship Bill securing the identity of Assamese brothers and sisters. We will ensure no injustice is done.”

After Silchar rally, he left for Mangaldoi for addressing another rally at Kendukona in the Mangaldoi Lok Sabha constituency.

There PM Modi said,

“Congress family and their courtiers in Guwahati, in order to be in power, hatched a conspiracy to create infiltration to build their vote bank. The people of Assam and Northeast India had to fight to protect their identity and culture.”

Later while speaking about the land boundary agreement with Bangladesh which had made fencing the border easy, he said,

“After the 1971 war, the Congress could have solved all the problems of Assam and Jammu & Kashmir. Kashmir continued to burn and the situation in Assam became grim. To protect Assam’s interest, integrity, we have taken concrete steps.”

He also assured all that the government would ensure that no genuine Indian citizen was left out and no infiltrator’s name was there on the list on the National Register of Citizens which is being updated in routine.

He also assured that the government was taking strong steps for the implementation of the 6th Clause of the Assam Accord.

He said,

“We are working to give the scheduled tribe status to six communities. A Bill was brought in the Rajya Sabha for this by our government. But we will also ensure that the rights and privileges of the existing tribes are protected. This is my promise.”

Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Begin Today PM Modi Urges All to Participate

Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Begin Today: PM Modi Urges All to Participate

As today the first phase of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 begins, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to his Twitter handle and called upon voters to turn out in large numbers for polling on 91 seats across 18 states and two UTs.

He wrote,

“2019 Lok Sabha elections commence today.

I call upon all those whose constituencies are voting in the first phase today to turn out in record numbers and exercise their franchise.

I specially urge young and first-time voters to vote in large numbers.”

Also at Maharashtra rally on Tuesday, PM Modi directly appealed “my first-time voters,” urging millennials to go for BJP while referring to his key campaign points.

Earlier also PM Modi went on a tweet spree using #VoteKar to motivate people to participate in the mega exercise of country’s 17th Lok Sabha Elections 2019.

Also, Amit Shah, Bharatiya Janata Party Chief requested the people to vote and said the “power of democracy lies in your vote.

He wrote,

“As the voting for the first phase of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections will begin today, i request each and every voter to come out and vote. The power of democracy lies in your single vote, your one vote will decide the future of this great nation.”

Later, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh also asked people of the nation to “participate in the biggest festival of democracy.”

He wrote,

“Today is a big day when the polling process begins for 91 Lok Sabha seats in the first phase of General Election 2019. I urge all the voters to participate in the biggest festival of democracy and vote in huge numbers.”

These are the leaders among the first leaders who tweeted to encourage people to come out and vote in large numbers as the clock ticked seven this morning.

The fates of 1,279 candidates will be decided by a total of 142 million people who will vote in 170,664 poll booths from today. Along with the mega exercise to elect the country’s 17th Lok Sabha, states of Sikkim and Andhra Pradesh will also vote for new assemblies on Thursday, as will parts of the coastal state of Odisha. Results of this voting exercise will be declared on May 23rd.

States like Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Bihar, Odisha, and Chhattisgarh are going to vote among the state’s election today.

In seven phases, voting for the 543 Lok Sabha seats is going to be held that is 11th April, 18th April, 23rd April, 29th April, 6th May, 12th May, and 19th May. Results of this mega voting exercise will be declared on 23rd.

PM Modi Addresses Rallies in Maharashtra, TN & Karnataka

PM Modi Addresses Rallies in Maharashtra, TN & Karnataka

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had his last three rallies of campaigning for the first phase of Lok Sabha Polls yesterday. He addressed three rallies at Karnataka at Chitradurga followed by another at Mysore in the evening, other rallies at Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra. Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray also joined the stage at Maharashtra Rally.

While addressing in Chitradurga, Karnataka, PM Modi started his speech by saying Karnataka has always been in support with BJP. He appreciated all and said that this Chowkidar could fight any problem with your support and also thanked all for such support.

Then talking about the terror attack, he said that when BJP attacked terrorists, it not only hurt Pakistan but, also Congress and moreover its allies wept over the action.

He said,

“We attacked terror in Pakistan, but some people in India felt the pain. The chief minister here went a step further, he said talk of the valour of our forces should not be done, it damages his vote bank. I want to ask him, is your vote bank in India or Pakistan?”

Further taking a jibe at CM of Karnataka, PM Modi said Karnataka CM went a step further, CM said he doesn’t want to talk about the valor of the army forces, it might affect his vote bank. PM said,

“I want to ask him, is your vote bank in India or Pakistan?”

Further, he said that not only about the airstrike but, oppositions have also raised questions on strike in the space. PM blamed opposition and said they didn’t have the guts to approve missile tests.

PM said that opposition never respected soldiers as well as science. Later he claimed that all these opposition parties only did injustice with people of the country and he also said,

“You didn’t deserve such govt.”

After Karnataka, PM Modi left for Tamil Nadu rally. While addressing in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and AIADMK leader E Palanisamy also joined the stage with PM.

There PM Modi said that Coimbatore witnessed a deadly terror attack in Feb 1998. He mentioned how Congress in Centre and DMK acted that time is very well known to you. He proudly said but today’s India is changed. India is ready to give a strong response to anyone who dares to attack India.

Same as in Karnataka, PM jibed at Congress in TN again and said,

“I just don’t understand our friends in Opposition, they’re always suspecting our Army and Air Force… an alliance with such thinking can never protect India… The opposition has started asking why is Modi talking about nationalism. Is it a crime to be a nationalist?”

At last, he said to youngsters and newcomers that all they can do is cast their first vote so that hard-working farmers can witness a good life. Then he said to cast their first vote for the power of stability as well as truth. He said,

“Give the message that you believe in development, not divisive and dynastic politics.”

While addressing the Maharashtra rally, PM Modi said that not only Pakistan but Congress also want our army not to get the strength which they need to stop the threat of terror. Then he claimed that they both desire that those who increased terror roam openly in the country.

Later he said,

“It is a shame that the Congress manifesto speaks about weakening our security establishment.”

PM Modi Sought Another 5 Years to Make Country a “Developed Nation”

PM Modi Sought Another 5 Years to Make Country a “Developed Nation”

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked for another five years to make nation developed.

At the release of Party Manifesto for upcoming Lok Sabha election, PM Modi stated that he utilized the first five years to fulfill the basic needs of the common people. Now, in another term, he will do the transformation of the country and make it developed nation by 2047 when India will also celebrate 100 years of Independence.

Then later, he again said that in the next tenure he would get, he will devote its strength to empower the farmers and poor, remarking that the aspirational levels have risen in keeping with heightened expectations.

Further, Modi said that BJP aspires India to move ahead in every sector and therefore they made the manifesto concentrated on a multidimensional approach towards growth in every field. He also stated that BJP’s political vision revolves around ‘antyodaya’ (integral humanism), ‘rashtravaad’ (nationalism), and ‘sushaasan’ (good governance).

Then he said,

“It is said that 21st century belongs to Asia and today I am asking why can’t India lead. .. or should India lead or not? Our manifesto says when our country completes 100 years of Independence in 2047, then it should be transformed as a developed nation, moving on from the developing tag. For that 2019-2024 will be utilised for laying a strong foundation.”

Later he took the example of Mahatma Gandhi and said he converted his freedom struggle campaign into a mass movement, then Modi said development must be carried out similarly with proactive support of masses. He then said that empowerment of the lower people is only possible when they begin to seek as well as desire change.

He said,

“Two decades have gone in 21st century but I had to work on basic requirements of the people, which should have been addressed in 50s and 60s.”

Modi asserted that BJP’s inspiration is nationalism, philosophy is inclusion and mantra is good governance.

Further while agreeing with speeches by party colleagues at the manifesto launch, he said,

“The ‘Sankalp Patra’ (document of resolve) of the BJP had 75 definitive, time-bound targets for the country…We want people to hold us accountable. Hence, we have set out 75 goals to be achieved by 2022.”

He also mentioned that the manifesto of the party is a “multi-dimensional & multi-layered” document which addresses the aspirations and expectations of all sections of the society, and it includes “jan ke mann ki baat.”

He concluded his thoughts by saying,

“We want to fight poverty rather than sit inside air-conditioned rooms. We first addressed the needs of the people, now we will fulfill their aspirations.”

PM Modi Addresses Rallies in Bengal’s Cooch Behar, Tripura & Manipur

After addressing rallies in West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh & Maharashtra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed some more rallies in Bengal’s Cooch Behar, Tripura, and Imphal, Manipur on Sunday.

A few days ahead of the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections 2019, PM Modi is all set to talk with people from every corner of the nation. The Cooch Behar rally is being organized at the Rash Mela ground near the Cooch Behar Palace.

While addressing in West Bengal, PM Modi started his speech by mentioning that place allotted for today’s rally has limited space and said that the reason behind it is obvious that why not many people could attend the rally.

Further, he said that Didi broke hopes of manush (people) by letting loose goons in Bengal. He mentioned that all we can see is the truth of the TMC on the one hand and the promise of ‘Ma Maati Maanush‘ is on the other hand. He blamed Mamata Banerjee by saying, Didi forgot ‘Ma’ and sided with those who raise slogans of ‘Bharat ke tukde tukde‘ only for vote bank politics. He asked from all that isn’t it an insult to ‘Ma’?

Later while favoring Mamata Banerjee, PM said that even he would not have thought that ‘Didi’ would take this path. He asserted that she tried to took a shortcut. Further, he said that unfortunately, she built a dangerous model based on politics and crime and also accepted all the shortcomings. Also, he said that no one would have thought the government here would be run like this after the rule of communists ended. Later he claimed that with the Saradha scam, these people defamed West Bengal.

While ending the rally, he said that stronger your voice would become when more “lotus” will be bloom in West Bengal. Also, he assured all that the fight for their( Bengal’s people) rights will get stronger.

After West Bengal Rally, PM Modi left for Tripura Rally. While addressing there, PM Modi said now entire opposition has only one motto that PM Modi should get out, and they all come together against Prime Minister Modi. He further asserted that they get united in Delhi even though they look like two different parties here in Tripura.

He further said that govt in Tripura is directly obtaining from the farmers and benefiting the people. He further affirmed that comprising of middlemen. Modi govt has destroyed the ecosystem of corruption.

Then he asserted that only when all the country’s resources have equal rights. Aspirations and dream of the nation will be respected. He assured that we know all the dreams and aspirations of new India’s new Tripura are huge and we respect them.

Also, he appreciated people of Tripura that whatever works for the development of the regions has been done by Modi govt is because of their support. He later mentioned- we can see the Northeast region has been neglected the most by the previous government.

He took a jibe at opposition parties and said, for them, their constitution is more important even more than the constitution of the country. He said that there was a time when these parties too had dozens of CMs, MPs, and MLAs but now they have less behind them. He said their leaders never show up on the ground with the people but are seen on television during debates.

After the Tripura Rally, PM Modi moved for a public meeting in Imphal, Manipur. There also, a large number of people gathered for the rally. He started his speech there by saying during the last five years, connectivity to the Northeast region enhanced. He appreciated the game of Manipur and said that it’s about time to show the red card to Congress for the foul as Manipur is known for football. He further said- we can see that they have played with your lives and respect, so it’s time for action.

He mentioned about Manipur’s growth and said that the state has two Lok Sabha seats now such as Inner Manipur and Outer Manipur, it shows the region has moved on the path of development.