Jhabua: Addressing a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Jhabua, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that he has come to Jhabua to “serve the people of Madhya Pradesh”. “I have come to Jhabua not to campaign for Lok Sabha elections but as your ‘sevak’,” said PM Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of various development projects worth Rs 7,550 crore at an event in Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh. This is PM Modi’s first visit to Madhya Pradesh this year, ahead of the Lok Sabha elections due in a few months. The PM also held a roadshow in Jhabua.
— ANI (@ANI) February 11, 2024
Top quotes of PM Modi
Some many developmental projects in the state show that the double engine government is working with double speed for all the developmental work.
There have been a lot of discussions about this visit of mine to the state and various things are being said. Some say that I am starting the fight for Lok Sabha elections from Jhabua. But I am not here for election campaigning, I am here as ‘sevak’.
BJP alone will cross 370 seats in Lok Sabha polls this year.
Even Opposition leaders in Parliament are now saying “abki baar 400 paar” for NDA.
Our ‘double engine’ government is working with double speed in Madhya Pradesh.
For us tribal community is not a vote bank, they are the pride of our country.
Congress remembers villages, the poor and farmers only during elections.
Congress ruled for so many years and they got a chance to work, but only 100 Ekalavya schools were opened.
BJP government opened four times more Ekalavya schools in the past ten years.
It is not acceptable to Modi if even a single tribal child is left behind due to lack of education. Our tribal society has been earning its living from forest wealth for thousands of years.
During the time of Congress, legal safeguards were put on the rights of the tribals. By making changes in the Forest Property Law, our government returned the rights related to forest land to the tribal society.
For so many years, sickle cell anaemia was killing hundreds of people every year in tribal families.
Congress ran the government both at the Center and in the states for so many years, but they did not care about the tribal youth and children who were dying untimely deaths.