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Prime Minister Modi Advocates Resource Access for the Poor, Accuses Congress of Division Tactics

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the ‘Parivartan Sankalp Yatra’ in Jagdalpur, emphasized the fundamental right of the country’s resources to belong to the poor, irrespective of their social backgrounds. In his speech, he criticized the Congress party for its changing statements and accused it of attempting to sow division and animosity among the people of India.

Speaking about the developmental projects initiated under the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) governance in the state, Prime Minister Modi highlighted the commitment to modern infrastructure development in Chhattisgarh. He stated that the region, including Bastar, had received projects worth ₹26,000 crores, including the inauguration of a state-of-the-art steel factory, a demand that had persisted for decades.

However, Prime Minister Modi alleged that some members of the Congress wanted to exploit the steel plant for personal gain, using it as a means to enrich their own children and relatives. He criticized the Congress for turning “Loktantra” (democracy) into “loottantra” (plunder) and “prajatantra” (people’s rule) into “Parivartantra” (change).

The Prime Minister also chastised the Congress for governance failures in the state, highlighting issues of corruption and crime. He noted that Chhattisgarh had witnessed a surge in murders and questioned the visible development claims, suggesting that the benefits primarily flowed into the pockets of Congress leaders.

Modi underscored various BJP initiatives in Chhattisgarh, such as the establishment of medical, engineering, and an Education City in Dantewada, and the construction of a museum dedicated to tribal fighters and revolutionaries.

Regarding steel production in the Bastar region, he criticized the Congress for exporting raw materials and leaving the local youth with limited opportunities, forcing them to work as laborers in other states. He credited the BJP government for completing the long-awaited steel factory project.

The Prime Minister also highlighted the BJP’s efforts to benefit the tribal population, mentioning that 90% of forest produce had been brought under the Minimum Support Price (MSP) ambit. He spoke of initiatives like Van Dhan Kendra, which aimed to provide better prices for forest produce.

In a pointed accusation, Prime Minister Modi stated, “Congress is now being run by people who are in league with anti-national forces,” alleging that the party aimed to divide the country’s Hindus at any cost. He reiterated his commitment to a united and prosperous India.

During the public meeting in Jagdalpur, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was presented with traditional attire as a symbol of respect and appreciation.


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