PM Modi Predicts INDIA Alliance’s Fall in Poll-Bound States

In a recent election rally, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a bold prediction about the future of the INDIA alliance in the poll-bound states of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan. 

He expressed his confidence that the alliance would be wiped out in these states where the Legislative Assembly polls have been completed. 

PM Modi also took the opportunity to address other pertinent issues, such as corruption and the need for strong leadership. 

Corruption Deals and the INDIA Alliance

PM Modi specifically referred to the ‘Delhi liquor scam’ and highlighted that those involved in corruption deals like this cannot escape going to jail.

He firmly stated that the INDIA alliance, consisting of various political parties, would face the consequence of their actions.

The Prime Minister believes that the women and farmers in these states will unite to uproot the Congress party, which is a prominent member of the alliance.

Recalling the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks that took place 15 years ago, PM Modi emphasized the importance of strong leadership and capable governance. 

He credited the public for electing the strong government of BJP in 2014, which has led to significant progress in eliminating terrorism from the country.

PM Modi linked the attacks to the potential damage that weak and incapable governments can cause to a nation.

Telangana Chief Minister’s Actions

Taking a dig at the Telangana Chief Minister, K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR), PM Modi questioned his decision to contest from a second constituency in the present election.

He accused KCR of considering the state as his ‘jagir’ and highlighted the presence of a strong candidate from the BJP, Eatala Rajender, in the Gajwel constituency. 

PM Modi also pointed out the anger among farmers and the poor in KCR’s constituency.

PM Modi accused KCR of making false promises and failing to fulfill them.

He cited instances such as the promise to make a Dalit leader the Chief Minister, the construction of two-bedroom houses for the poor, and job opportunities for the youth. 

PM Modi alleged that KCR had only worked for the benefit of his own family and relatives, neglecting the needs of the people. 

He questioned whether Telangana needed a Chief Minister who avoided meeting the public and neglected his responsibilities.

According to PM Modi, both the Congress and KCR’s party, BRS, are synonymous with corruption, family politics, appeasement, and poor law and order. 

He emphasized the need for the public to be alert when it comes to these parties, as they are essentially identical in their practices. 

PM Modi asserted that the BJP would enhance the prestige of Telangana and provide a better alternative to the Congress and BRS.

Promises for Social Justice

PM Modi expressed his commitment to social justice and promised that the BJP would ensure that the first Chief Minister from the backward class (BC) would be appointed in Telangana. 

He highlighted the BJP-led government’s efforts in working towards justice for the Madiga community of Scheduled Castes (SCs) through the appointment of a committee.

 PM Modi claimed that social justice could only be achieved through the BJP.

Referring to the celebration of Constitution Day, PM Modi accused KCR of insulting the Constitution and Babasaheb Ambedkar by proposing changes to the document. 

He also criticized the Congress for not honoring Ambedkar with the Bharat Ratna award.

PM Modi highlighted the BJP’s efforts in establishing important places associated with Ambedkar, showcasing the party’s dedication to his legacy.




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