Campaigning For The Remaining Phases Of General Elections Has Gained Momentum With Senior Leaders Of Major Political Parties Crisscrossing The Country To Garner Votes In Support Of Their Candidates.

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Prime Minister and Senior BJP leader Narendra Modi addressed public gatherings at Munger and Araria in Bihar on Friday. Mr Modi said, while I.N.D.I.A bloc’s governance model is about appeasement, the NDA’s model is that of satisfaction. He said, the BJP-led NDA government gave toilets, gas, electricity connection and water facilities to women. They gave free ration and medical treatment.

Referring to RJD rule in the state, Mr Modi said, Munger suffered the most during the jungle raj. He said, but the NDA government under the leadership of JD(U) and BJP has brought it out of that darkness. He said this election is to make India strategically and economically developed. Prime Minister Modi alleged that RJD and Congress alliance in the state neither cares about the constitution of India, nor about democracy. He said, these parties did not let people exercise their right to vote for decades and booth capturing was common trend during their rule.


Meanwhile, leaders of opposition Grand Alliance are holding multiple elections rallies in support of their candidates for the poll bound parliamentary segments of third and fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections.

Party Chief of Vikassheel Insaan Party Mukesh Sahni addressed public meetings and held road show in Jhanjharpur and adjoining areas in Bihar. He alleged that BJP is trying to polarise the voters on communal ground. State Congress President Akhilesh Prasad held voters contact programme.

Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Modi addressed a public rally at Malda in West Bengal. He said, appeasement is the common thing between TMC and Congress, for which they can do anything and everything. He alleged that these parties want to revoke each and every decision taken by the NDA government for the safety of the country. Mr Modi said, there was a time when West Bengal was the driver of India’s development. But first the Left, and then TMC rule, sabotaged the greatness of this state and even stopped development.

On the other hand, Trinamool Congress President and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee participated in a public meeting at Ghatal parliamentary constituency. She accused the Centre of not giving funds to the state for various welfare schemes.

Senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi held a public rally at Vijayapura in Bijapur Lok Sabha constituency of Karnataka. He promised that if voted to power, INDIA bloc will provide every graduate a one-year apprenticeship in a private company or a government office and one lakh rupees to the person in a year. He also promised loan waiver to the farmers and legal guarantee on MSP on agri produce. He said Agniveer scheme will be abolished and the old system to recruit soldiers will be reinstated and GST will be restructured to ensure higher share of taxes to the states.

Election campaigning is at its peak in Madhya Pradesh for the remaining phases of Lok Sabha polls. Union Home Minister and senior BJP leader Amit Shah addressed public meetings in Ashoknagar and Rajgarh Lok Sabha constituencies on Friday. Mr. Shah said, the BJP-led government at the Centre will implement a Uniform Civil Code in the country as it is a guarantee of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He accused the Congress of advocating personal laws. Mr Shah said the Modi government has ended Naxalism and terrorism in the country.

State Congress President Jitu Patwari, Rajya Sabha MP Vivek Tankha and former Union Minister Arun Yadav are campaigning in Burhanpur today. They accused the BJP of raising controversial issues to divert attention from basic issues like unemployment and inflation.

In Uttar Pradesh, star campaigners of various political parties will hold election rallies and road shows across the state today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead a road show in Bareilly district in a short while from now. Senior BJP leader and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath campaigned in Sambhal and attacked Congress over its appeasement policy.

Samajwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav addressed a public rally in Etah district. He said that the 2024 elections are to save the Constitution. He alleged that the BJP is helping big businessmen while the I.N.D.I.A bloc and Samajwadi Party will help the poor.

BSP leader Aakash Anand addressed the gatherings in Ambedkar Nagar and Kaushambi LokSabha constituencies. He said that people of state do not want Buldozer government. They want Mayawati government who works on the principal of Dr. Ambedkar. 

Disclaimer: This press release is sourced from News On AIR, Prasar Bharti and Press Information Bureau India (PIB).

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