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BJP government’s main focus is on development, not gaining votes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized during a speech in poll-bound Karnataka that the BJP government’s main focus is on development, not gaining votes. He stated that the country cannot progress until every district is developed and that they have promoted projects that were previously overlooked by previous governments. This was Modi’s second visit to the state this month, as the ruling BJP prepares for upcoming assembly elections and aims to win at least 150 out of 224 seats.
During a visit to Yadgiri on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized the importance of water security for the development of 21st century India. He highlighted that when his government came to power, there were only 3 crore rural homes with tap water connection, but now there are 11 crore. He also launched a ‘Hakku Patra’ (land title deed) distribution drive for over 52,000 nomadic Lambani tribes in five districts in north Karnataka.
The Prime Minister spoke at an event after laying the foundation stone and inaugurating various developmental projects aimed at improving irrigation, providing access to clean drinking water, and building a National Highway in Kodekal.
He also noted that the state of Karnataka is set to benefit from a “double engine government” as it prepares for assembly elections in 2023.
At the event, Prime Minister Modi stated that the next 25 years will be a period of prosperity for every citizen and the state, and emphasized the importance of collaboration between citizens and the government to develop India as a nation. He also noted that the success of agriculture and industry were crucial for this development. He criticized previous governments, without naming them, for neglecting the development of the Yadgiri and surrounding regions of north Karnataka.
He emphasized that his government’s priority is not winning votes, but rather, promoting development. He also highlighted the benefits of having a “double engine government”, with both the BJP in power at the center and the state, saying it leads to “double welfare” and cited the current progress in Karnataka as an example.

John Smith

John Smith

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