In Madhya Pradesh PM Modi s Bimaru” Attack On Congress: Top Quotes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday kicked off the BJP’s poll campaign for the Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh scheduled to be held later this yearUrban Naxals running Congress: PM Modi opens BJP’s MP campaign with scathing attack on CongressPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched a scathing attack on the Congress party, likening it to a rusted piece of iron that has lost its ability to understand national ambitions and fathom the future.Virtually launching the poll campaign for the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections while addressing a gathering of BJP workers at the “Karyakarta Mahakumbh” in Bhopal, PM Modi Making a strong pitch for the return of the BJP to power in the state, PM Modi said that the path of progress that the BJP has laid cannot be sustained unless the BJP returns in government. He also cited instances of neighbouring Rajasthan and Maharashtra, claiming that the Congress had taken the state into depths of corruption and misgovernance


Congress could take MP back to the ‘BIMARU’ state that it was before the Bharatiya Janata Party came to power said that a victory for the The Prime Minister further said that the Congress is no longer run by its leaders but by a group of Urban Naxals who have been given the contract for running party affairsCongress has lost all its willpower. The grassroots leaders of Congress have been sitting quietly with their mouths shut. First, Congress was ruined, then they became bankrupt and now they have given their contract to someone else. The party is no longer being run by its leaders. It has outsourced everything, from slogans to policies, and this contract is with some urban Naxals,” the Prime Minister saidTaking a dig at the Congress leadership, the Primem Minister further said that the grand old party was ignorant towards the plight of the poor. The lives of the poor, PM Modi said, mean nothing more to the Congress than “adventure tourism” and “opportunity to shoot videos


A poor man’s life doesn’t matter for Congress leaders born with silver spoons. For them, it is adventure tourism… For Congress leaders, poor persons’ colonies have become locations to shoot videos. They have done this in the past too… BJP government is showing the developed and grand face of the country to the world,” the PM saidHighlighting the difference between the BJP and the Congress, the Prime Minister said that the while his party made a historic decision by getting the Women’s Reservation Bill passed in Parliament, the Opposition tried to block the appointment of the first woman President of IndiaHe said that the youth of MP have been lucky to never have witnessed the darkness of the Congress era. “The BJP government in Madhya Pradesh has completed almost 20 years. This means the youths who will be voting for the first time in the upcoming elections, have only seen the BJP government. The present youth of Madhya Pradesh are lucky that they have not witnessed the bad governance of the Congress government… Congress turned the state into ‘Bimaru Rajya’… BJP has tried to take the state to a new level with new energy… Youths here have only seen the development work and good governance of the BJP government,” he said



The ‘Karyakarta Mahakumbh’ event was organised to mark the birth anniversary of Jana Sangh co-founder Deendayal Upadhyaya. As per the BJP, around 10 lakh party workers gathered at Bhopal’s Jamboree Maidan where Modi delivered his address on the party’s “mantra of victory” for the coming Assembly elections. Earlier this month, the BJP launched five yatras that covered over 10,000 kmToday’s visit was Modi’s third to the state in the past 45 days, indicating the BJP’s attempt to retain power in the state by leveraging the PM’s popularityNarendra Modi Jaipur Visit LIVE Updates: With Assembly elections in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh around the corner, PM Narendra Modi on Monday set off the poll campaigns of BJP in motion in Bhopal and Jaipur on Monday. PM Modi addressed the ‘Jan Parivartan Rally’ in Jaipur and said that Congress and its “Ghamandiya” allies always wanted to block the Women’s Reservation Bill as they are against the upliftment of women. “Congress deserved to get zero marks for the way they ran govt here. The people of Rajasthan have decided to remove the Gehlot government and bring back BJP,” said PM Modi.

While addressing the Jan Parivaratan Rally in poll-bound Rajasthan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that BJP’s ‘Jan Parivartan Rally’ is receiving an overwhelming response from the public as people want to see changeYaad rakhiyega Modi yani guarantee poori honi ki guarantee. Main jo kehta hoon woh karke dikhata hoon,” said Modi While addressing the Jan Parivaratan Rally in poll-bound Rajasthan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that he was sure that there will be a change in RajasthanI am grateful for the grand hospitality given in Jaipur. The people of Rajasthan have already decided that Congress will be overthrown,” said Modi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday attended the Parivartan Sankalp Mahasabha in poll-bound Rajasthan’s Jaipur, after paying tribute to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya on his birth anniversary


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday paid tribute to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay on his birth anniversary at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay National Memorial in poll-bound Rajasthan’s JaipurCongress Rajya Sabha member Digvijaya Singh on Monday claimed several leaders of the ruling BJP are keen to join the Grand Old Party as they have sensed “imminent defeat” in the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly electionsSingh questioned if Prime Minister Narendra Modi believes that he can “wash away the sins” of the BJP government which has been in power in MP for the last 18 years and its ministersPeople have made up their mind to dislodge the BJP from power in Madhya Pradesh. Sensing that they will face defeat in the polls, many big leaders of the ruling party are trying to join Congress again,” Singh claimed while speaking to reporters

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