In a fiery address at a political rally in Neemuch, Prime Minister Narendra Modi didn’t hold back, sharply criticizing the Congress party for their historical implementation of the “divide and rule” policy and accusing them of engaging in record-breaking corruption. The rally, held in support of the BJP ahead of the assembly polls in the Malwa-Nimar region of Madhya Pradesh on November 17, saw Modi passionately addressing a range of issues.
Modi pointed out the alleged failures of the Congress’s governance style, emphasizing how it contributed to societal discord and failed to provide effective solutions to existing problems. Discussing India’s global standing, Modi suggested that the Congress struggled with the country’s elevated status and hinted at their involvement in secret agreements that might be against India’s interests. He urged the public to remain vigilant about the Congress’s intentions, implying a potential alliance with foreign elements.
The Prime Minister commended the BJP’s efforts in curbing leakages in welfare schemes, particularly praising the success of the ‘Mobile, Aadhaar, and bank accounts’ (Jan Dhan) initiative. Modi highlighted the significant impact of direct fund transfers to beneficiaries under the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme.
In addition, Modi drew attention to the difference in the number of houses sanctioned under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana during Congress’s rule compared to the BJP’s governance. He affirmed the BJP’s commitment to addressing housing needs in Madhya Pradesh, showcasing the party’s dedication to development in the region. The rally served as a platform for Modi to rally support for the BJP and outline the party’s achievements and promises for the upcoming elections.