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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Congress abuses the Left in Kerala and embraces the Left in the hope of a chair in West Bengal.
Political mercury is at its peak regarding the assembly elections. In this connection, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Assam and West Bengal on Sunday for the second consecutive day. First he addressed a public meeting in Bokakhat, Assam. PM Modi said, ‘Now it has been decided that the BJP government will be formed for the second time in Assam. NDA government will be formed for the second time in Assam. A double engine government will be formed for the second time in Assam. He said, ‘Today I can respectfully say to all our mothers, sisters and daughters sitting here that we have worked hard to fulfill the responsibility and expectations with which you elected the BJP government.’
Congress only needs power: Modi
Taking a dig at the Congress, Modi said that the NDA government under the leadership of the BJP is moving forward with the mantra of sabka saath, sabka vikas, sabka vishwas, but today’s Congress leaders only mean power, no matter how they get . In fact, the Congress treasury is now empty, they need power at any cost to fill it.
Accuse Congress fiercely
He said that now see, Congress is campaigning against them in Jharkhand, Bihar, Maharashtra, with whom they have an alliance. Abuses the Left in Kerala, embraces the Left in the hope of a chair in West Bengal.
He said that in the Congress Raj, the question was how to increase the connectivity between the two sides of the Brahmaputra? Modern bridges are being built on Brahmaputra during the service of NDA, old incomplete bridges are being completed.
He said that another major strength of Assam is petroleum and its related industries. The Congress also sat on this power of Assam for decades. In the last 6 years, more than 40 thousand crore rupees have been invested in Assam in the oil and gas sector.
NDA Government’s achievements counted
He said that more than 90 years ago, the British had made a law and put Babu in the category of trees. This law prohibited the transportation, cutting of babu grown on private land. Even after independence, this law continued for 70 years.
He said that the NDA government put rhino poachers in jails. We are working for the protection of animals as well as the facilities of the people of Assam. All our sanctuaries, including Kaziranga, our forest areas, are also our heritage, our responsibility towards the environment and also the means of livelihood. I am happy that the forest area in Assam has increased in the last 5 years.
Voting in 3 phases in Assam
Polling for the 126-member assembly seat in Assam will be held in three phases from March 27 to April 6. The first phase will be voted on March 27 (47 seats), the second one April (39 seats) and the third phase on April 6 (40 seats). Votes will be counted on 2 May.
Rally in Bankura today in Bengal
PM Modi will then go to Bengal and rally in Bankura. BJP is looking very excited about this public meeting to be held at Tilabedya Maidan. Earlier on Saturday, Modi addressed an election public meeting in Kharagpur, Bengal, starting the campaign on Saturday. During this, he targeted fiercely on Mamta Banerjee.
BJP excited by the success of Lok Sabha elections
The BJP won 2 seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in Bengal. The vote share was over 17%. She won only 3 seats in the 2016 assembly elections. The vote share stood at 10%. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP managed to win 18 seats and the vote share reached 40.64%.
8 phase election in Bengal
In West Bengal, voting will be held in 8 phases. Voting for 294-seat assembly 27 March (30 seats), 1 April (30 seats), 6 April (31 seats), 10 April (44 seats), 17 April (45 seats), 22 April (43 seats), 26 April (36 seats), is to be held on 29 April (35 seats).