PM addresses Election rallies in Jharkhand

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Amidst the ongoing election campaigning for Lok Sabha elections, Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s rally spree continued as he addressed huge public meetings and held grand roadshows in various states. It seems that after the completion of the fourth phase of voting, electioneering has tremendously gained momentum in the country. Along with PM Shri Narendra Modi, BJP National President Shri JP Nadda, Defence Minister Shri Rajnath Singh, Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah, other senior BJP leaders and star campaigners addressing hosts of public meetings and organizing magnificent roadshows daily in various constituencies across the length and breadth of the country. Massive public gatherings are also taking place in the rallies of the Prime Minister and other leaders and it looks like the people have already made up their minds to give a decisive mandate with 400 plus seats to the BJP-led NDA this time. Following are the excerpts of speeches made by PM Shri Narendra Modi, BJP National President Shri JP Nadda, and other leaders in various election rallies :

Bhagwan Birsa Munda is not just a name, he is an inspiration for me  : PM Modi

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addressed massive gatherings in Palamu and Lohardaga, Jharkhand on May 04 2024, where he highlighted the achievements of the NDA government and warned against the dangers posed by the Congress and its allies. Speaking to the enthusiastic crowd, PM Shri Modi emphasized the significance of each vote and the transformative impact it can have on the nation.

Role of Votes

The PM began his address by reminding the audience of the pivotal role their votes played in the 2014 elections, which led to the formation of the BJP-NDA government and the removal of the corrupt Congress regime. He underscored the remarkable progress India has witnessed under his leadership, citing the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya after 500 years and the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir as significant milestones.

“Today, India’s trumpet is sounding loud across the world. Whether it’s Naxalism or terrorism, now they are taking their last breaths,” the PM said, emphasizing the


-Modi was born not for pleasure but for a mission.

-JMM-Congress alliance leaders have accumulated immense wealth through corruption

-In the last 10 years, Modi has given you a solid house, electricity, gas, water.

-Today, the youth of my village are social media heroes.
Congress’ policy gave rise to Naxalism’s bloody violence in the country.

decisive action taken against these threats.

Era of “love letters to Pakistan”

Highlighting the contrast between his government and the previous Congress rule, Shri Modi recalled the era of “love letters to Pakistan” and the subsequent terrorist attacks. He asserted, “Today, new India does not give a dossier, it strikes them in their hideouts,” referring to the surgical and airstrike operations that shook Pakistan.

Reflecting on his decades of service, Shri Modi emphasized his commitment to serving the nation and his dedication to eradicating corruption. “With your blessings, there is no allegation of corruption against me,” he said, stressing the importance of the trust placed in him by the people.

“I have been serving the country as CM and PM for nearly 25 years. With your blessings, there is no allegation of corruption against me. The prayers of my mother and sisters are enough for me. I am still far from power, prestige, and comfort. Modi was born not for pleasure but for a mission,” he added.


Addressing the second rally in Lohardaga, Jharkhand, PM Shri Narendra Modi highlighted the significance of the tribal leader’s legacy. “I am the first Prime Minister of the country to have the honour of paying respects to his village. Bhagwan Birsa Munda is not just a name for me. He is an inspiration for me,” the PM said.
The PM emphasized his dedication to serving the poor and marginalized sections of society, despite facing criticism. “Today, see if the situation in villages has changed or not. Today, the youth of my village are social media heroes.”

The Prime Minister criticized the Congress party for its history of corruption and nepotism. When Congress wears glasses, it only sees one vote bank, and that is the Muslim vote bank, he said, contrasting it with BJP’s inclusive development agenda.