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Lok Sabha 2024: ‘Modi Mauj Karne Ke Liye Nahi…’, PM In Rajasthan

Prime Minister Modi asserts that the country's political landscape is split into two factions: the BJP, prioritizing the nation's interests, and the Congress, focused solely on exploiting the country for personal gain.

Edited By : Saurav Gupta | Updated: Apr 2, 2024 18:00 IST
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PM Modi At Rajasthan
PM Modi At Rajasthan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that the country’s politics is divided into two camps. He said that on one hand there is BJP for whom nation comes first, and then there is congress for whom looting country is must.

The statement came at PM Modi’s Rajasthan rally ahead of the general elections which is going to take place on April 19.

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Addressing the Vijay Shankhnad rally in Kotputli, PM Modi stated that the saffron party considers the nation as its family but the grand old party considers its family bigger than the country.

PM Modi stated that the congress has been abusing the nation when they visit to foreign land, while the BJP has always raised the pride of the country.

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PM Modi stated that the there is only one resolve of your dreams who is Modi.

PM said that he has sent around Rs 20 thousand crores under the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana to the accounts of nearly 85 lakh farmers of Rajasthan.

Modi mauj karne ke liye paida nahi hua. Modi toh mehnat karne ke liye paida hua hai”, thundered Prime Minister at rally.

He asserted that whatever has happened in the last ten years is just a trailer.

The General Elections, according to the ECI’s official statement, are set to begin on April 19 with phase one polls and conclude on June 1 with phase seven polls. Counting of votes is slated for June 4.

First published on: Apr 02, 2024 04:32 PM IST

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