Raipur Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a significant announcement during his visit to Kanker, Chhattisgarh, in the lead-up to the assembly elections scheduled for November 7. He declared that if the BJP were to form the government in Chhattisgarh, medical and engineering education would be conducted in Hindi. Prime Minister Modi emphasized the need to expedite the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana to ensure every poor family benefits from it. Addressing a gathering at the Vijay Sankalp Rally in Govindpur, Kanker, Prime Minister Modi began his speech in the Gondi language, symbolizing the BJP’s commitment to the state’s diverse communities. He also highlighted the BJP’s resolution to strengthen Chhattisgarh’s identity, protect the interests of Adivasis and backward communities, and propel the state to the forefront among Indian states. According to Modi, there is a 36-point difference between the Congress and development, suggesting that development has been hindered where the Congress is in power. Chhattisgarh, which recently celebrated its foundation day, is on the verge of turning 25 years old. Prime Minister Modi likened this election to a crucial turning point for the state’s future, not just about electing MLAs and a Chief Minister but deciding the direction of Chhattisgarh. Modi cited the failures of the Congress government over the past five years, emphasizing that only Congress leaders and their families prospered while the state’s infrastructure, education, and healthcare services suffered. He promised that the BJP government would focus on the welfare of the poor and underprivileged, with accelerated implementation of the PM Awas Yojana to provide proper housing for all, especially for the poor, Adivasis, Dalits, and backward communities. The Prime Minister highlighted various initiatives of the BJP-led central government, such as Jan Aushadhi Centers, Ayushman Bharat Yojana, and schemes for financial assistance and modern tools for marginalized communities. He also mentioned the elevation of 12 communities to Scheduled Tribes and the grant of constitutional status to the OBC Commission, a stark contrast to the Congress’s neglect of these communities. A major focus of Modi’s speech was the introduction of medical and engineering education in Hindi, which would benefit ST-SC, OBC, and other marginalized groups. He accused the Congress of lacking good intentions and filling their treasury through scams during their time in the central government, causing financial hardship. In contrast, he pledged that the BJP government would ensure the first right to minerals extracted from Chhattisgarh goes to the people. Modi criticized the Congress for failing to fulfill its promises, including banning alcohol, supporting cattle herders, and providing land pattas to Adivasis. He assured the public that the BJP would expand the purchase of tendu leaves and establish new industries to provide employment opportunities. In conclusion, Prime Minister Modi made a strong case for electing a BJP government in Chhattisgarh, emphasizing their commitment to the state’s development, welfare of marginalized communities, and empowerment of its citizens. The upcoming assembly elections are poised to be a crucial turning point for the state’s future.
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