Congress party itself is the creator of problems: PM Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a public meeting in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur. During the stirring address to the people of Maharashtra, PM Modi emphasized the importance of stability and development while urging support for the BJP-NDA candidates in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Speaking at a public meeting, PM Modi highlighted the progress made in various sectors and called for continued efforts towards the betterment of the nation.

Addressing the enthusiastic crowd, PM Modi acknowledged the rising political fervor in the country but commended the unwavering enthusiasm and spirit of the people. He expressed his gratitude to the residents of Chandrapur for their support and reminisced about their contribution to the construction of the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya, symbolizing the unity and progress of New India.

Reflecting on the contrasting visions of stability and instability in the upcoming elections, PM Modi contrasted the BJP-NDA’s commitment to decisive action for the country’s progress with the Congress and INDI Alliance’s focus on self-serving interests. He emphasized the need for a stable government, citing Maharashtra’s experience of neglect under previous regimes.

PM Modi highlighted the transformative initiatives undertaken by the government for the development of Maharashtra and Vidarbha, reinstating schemes and projects that had been stalled by previous administrations. He praised the efforts of Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, and others in driving development and ensuring progress in the region.

He said, “The INDI Alliance has always pushed the country into instability. How important and necessary a stable government is, who would know better than Maharashtra? As long as the INDI Alliance was in power at the center, Maharashtra was continuously neglected. When these INDI Alliance people, by conspiring, snatched the mandate and reached the helm of the state, they only worked for their own development.”

“Our government has restarted all these schemes for the development of Maharashtra and Vidarbha. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, and Ajit Pawar along with the entire government are working day and night. Big development works are being completed rapidly. When the intention is right, the results are also right,” he added.

Underscoring the government’s dedication to empowering marginalized communities, PM Modi recounted the numerous welfare measures implemented to uplift Dalits, tribals, and backward classes across the country. He credited the support of the people for the successful implementation of these initiatives, emphasizing the transformative impact of their votes.

Drawing attention to the Congress party’s history of creating problems rather than addressing them, PM Modi highlighted instances of division, appeasement, and neglect that characterized their governance since independence. He called out the Congress for obstructing progress and playing divisive politics, urging voters to reject such divisive ideologies.

PM Modi said, “For the past 10 years, the Congress has been out of power. You have given the NDA a full majority. We have provided a permanent solution to the country’s major problems. Today, not only Maharashtra but the entire country has weakened Naxalism.”

“The Congress has released its manifesto, and it also contains the language of the Muslim League. Their MPs are talking about another partition of India. People from the INDI alliance are threatening to separate South India. The DMK party in the INDI alliance talks about ending Sanatan by calling it dengue malaria,” he added.

While concluding the address, PM Modi urged the people of Maharashtra to support the BJP-NDA candidates in the upcoming elections, citing their track record of delivering results and driving development. He called upon voters to exercise their franchise in large numbers on April 19th and April 26th, ensuring a decisive mandate for stability and progress.