PM & Senior BJP Leader Modi Says Everyone Looks At India With Respect Today, Be It US, Europe, Or Japan

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Prime Minister and senior BJP leader Narendra Modi has said that everyone looks at India with respect today, be it the US, Europe, or Japan. Addressing an election rally in Mathurapur, West Bengal, Mr Modi said, this has been made possible because people voted to power a BJP-led NDA government at the Centre. Listing the achievements of his government, Prime Minister said, in the past 10 years, Central government has provided houses to 4 crore poor people, brought tap water connection to over 12 crore homes and provided electricity to every village. He said, today, India is the fifth-largest economy in the world and is on the path to becoming the third-largest economy. Mr Modi said, India is also on the path to becoming a developed nation. He emphasized that the next five years would play a decisive role in building a golden India.
 
Highlighting the significance of Lok Sabha elections, Mr Modi described the 2024 Lok Sabha election as unique and remarkable. He reminded the audience of the hardships faced by millions of poor people, the lack of basic amenities, and the dominance of family-based politics that stifled the aspirations of the youth. Mr Modi said, this election is being fought by the people themselves, stepping forward, because they have seen 10 years of development journey.

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

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