News

We’ve never discriminated based on religion; our schemes benefit everyone: PM » Bhajpa Ki Baat

We've never discriminated based on religion; our schemes benefit everyone: PM » Kamal Sandesh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended large-scale events in Dindori and Kalyan, Maharashtra, where he assured the farmers of accelerated development and growth in the state. The PM discussed his vision for a Viksit Bharat. He said, “We have continuously worked on what work needs to be done and what decisions need to be taken in the first 100 days after the formation of the government.”

Discussing the evolving political landscape PM Modi observed, “The NDA alliance is poised for a significant victory, as indicated by a prominent leader within the alliance. Recognizing that the Congress party won’t secure enough seats to claim the Leader of the Opposition post, he has urged other alliance parties to close shop and merge with the Congress. It seems inevitable that the so-called Shiv Sena and the party claiming to be nationalist will eventually merge with the Congress. Balasaheb Thackeray’s words appear to be prophetic, he once said, ‘The day I sense that Shiv Sena has transformed into Congress, I will dissolve Shiv Sena.’ Everything that is unfolding now is in accordance with Balasaheb’s wishes.”

Expressing his extreme disregard towards the opposition, PM Modi remarked, “The fake Shiv Sena has shattered every dream of Balasaheb Thackeray. His vision included building a grand Ram Mandir in Ayodhya and abolishing Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. While these dreams have been fulfilled, the fake Shiv Sena is showing the most disgust. Just like Congress, they rejected the invitation for the temple’s consecration. While Congress members are spewing hate about the Mandir, the fake Shiv Sena remains silent. Their sinful partnership has been exposed to the entire state of Maharashtra.”

“The fake Shiv Sena members are now carrying Congress on their heads, despite the fact that Congress continuously abuses Veer Savarkar ji. This betrayal has left the self-respecting and patriotic people of Maharashtra furious. However, the fake Shiv Sena seems unaffected by this outrage. Shouldn’t this fake Shiv Sena, which has surrendered to Congress, be punished?” the PM further interrogated the crowd.

PM Modi emphasized the inclusive nature of the BJP government schemes and exclaimed, “Today, Modi is providing free ration and permanent houses to the poor. Every household is receiving electricity, water, and Ujjwala gas connections. We’ve never discriminated based on religion; our schemes benefit everyone.”

Taking an explicit dig at the Opposition, he mentioned, “But what has Congress’s intention been? Today, I’m going to reveal this to all 140 crore countrymen for the first time. It’s a serious topic that needs to be addressed. Congress believes that 15 percent of the government’s budget should be exclusively allocated to minorities, essentially budget allocation based on religion. Many years ago, Congress approved this idea of budget allocation based on religion. Just imagine how destructive this idea is.”

The PM also boldly highlighted Congress’s divisive agenda, “For Congress, there’s only one minority: its favored vote bank. I recall vividly, during my tenure as CM, when Congress proposed spending 15 percent of the budget exclusively on Muslims. I vehemently opposed it, and thanks to BJP’s strong opposition, Congress failed in its attempt. Now, they’re determined to revive these old agendas. Baba Saheb Ambedkar was against religious-based reservation, yet Congress is adamant about taking away reservation from SC/ST/OBC and the poor to give it to Muslims. They’re even considering confiscating your property to appease their vote bank. But Congress and its allies should know this, Modi will never allow budget allocation based on religion or reservation to be granted based on religion. Modi is the guardian of the rights of the deprived.”

PM Modi spoke of the election’s significance and the BJP’s commitment to serving the nation, “We draw inspiration from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. This election is not just about choosing an MP; it’s about choosing a PM who can make tough decisions to strengthen India. India bravely fought and defeated the Corona crisis, with Bharti Pawar ji’s dedicated service playing a crucial role. The government is tirelessly working for the welfare of the poor, from providing relief from sickle cell anaemia to ensuring children’s vaccination.”

The PM’s relentless dedication to empowering every section of society is evident from every word that he utters, “Modi’s focus is on empowering farmers, youth, women, and the poor. The farming community has experienced 10 years of Modi’s governance. Previously, under decades of Congress-Nationalist rule, despite having a Maharashtra Agriculture Minister, farmers were neglected. Under Congress rule, false promises were made; no resources were distributed to the needy.”

PM Modi’s unwavering commitment to the welfare of farmers is sacrosanct, “Modi always prioritizes the interests of farmers. Nashik and its surrounding region are renowned for onion and grape cultivation. It was our government that initiated the onion buffer system for the first time, a system absent in previous governments. The government is also providing subsidies for onion transport through Operation Green, a mission being reinstated now. Similarly, the cluster development plan for grape cultivation will greatly benefit our grape farmers.”

With the second rally of the day in Kalyan, Maharashtra, the PM spoke of his governance as it marks a historic turning point in Indian politics, he remarks that, “For the first time, 25 crore poor people are emerging from poverty. For the first time, there’s talk of providing a permanent house to every poor person. For the first time, every household will have access to tap water. For the first time, the poor have a guarantee card for free medical treatment. And… this government, led by a son of the poor, has given top priority to the welfare of the poor. Today, for the first time, we see a new confidence in India.”

“During the tenure of the INDI Alliance, the country was unsafe. Markets, cinema halls, hotels, restaurants, railway stations—nothing was secured. A decade ago, there were bomb blasts almost every day. Terrorist threats were rampant, firing on borders was frequent, and Naxalite attacks plagued several states. What did the Congress government do? They appealed to Pakistan for peace, damaging India’s reputation,” he added.

PM Modi gave the audience a moment to introspect, “Since Modi came to power, we’ve witnessed surgical strikes and air strikes. Pakistan has stopped openly threatening us with nuclear attacks. However, now Congress is the one threatening India. Congress leaders are advocating for Pakistan, reminding us of their nuclear capabilities.”

“Here’s the irony, when Congress is in power, Pakistan threatens us; when Congress is not in power, they threaten us on Pakistan’s behalf. Pakistan openly admits to terrorist attacks, yet Congress and the INDI Alliance give them a clean chit. Can someone explain why? Why are members of the INDI Alliance batting for Pakistan?” the PM further reflected.

In conclusion, PM Modi expressed his gratitude to everyone in the crowd for their presence and requested them to convey his best wishes to every household. He urged the voters to exercise their right to vote wisely and contribute to the nation-building process by voting for progress and development.

(News Source -Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by Bhajpa Ki Baat staff and is published from a kamal sandesh feed.)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *