Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who cancelled his go to to West Bengal for the final leg of his marketing campaign on Friday, addressed the state voters nearly. He reiterated BJP’s promise to result in ‘Asol Poriborton’ in West Bengal. “These polls are usually not simply to alter a authorities however it’s for the aspirational Bengal. People throughout the state wish to see the state return to its previous glory days.”
“Be it villages or cities, I can see yearning for a better life, better education, better employment and better option everywhere,” the prime minister stated. “West Bengal is ready for such a governance the place each division of the federal government works truthfully and carries out its obligation. A state freed from discrimination and filled with concord, West Bengal is voting for such a authorities,” the prime minister said addressing rallies in Suri, Malda, Berhampore and Bhawanipur via video conferencing.
PM Modi promised that if brought to power, BJP will use technology to transform Kolkata, the ‘city of joy’, to city of future.
Highlighting the problems in the state, Modi said illegal immigration, syndicates and extortion are hurdles to the state’s development. He further promised the state that BJP will set up fast track courts across West Bengal for providing speedy justice to women.
The prime minister also apologised to the people of West Bengal for being unable to visit the state. “Given the COVID-19 situation in the country, I have been holding many meetings since the morning. I am sorry that I could not be with you in Bengal,” he stated.
Expressing gratitude in direction of the voters for his or her assist, Modi stated, “I got here to you with a message of ‘Asol Poriborton’ and you’ve got blessed me and BJP with excessive voter end up…I thanks for this.”
The prime minister addressed the voters of West Bengal, particularly those in Malda, Murshidabad, Birbhum and Kolkata, at 5 pm today.
Earlier, the prime minister was scheduled to physically attend four public meetings across four districts and 56 assembly constituencies. After the BJP decided to call off all big political meetings and rallies in view of rising COVID-19 cases and restrict its campaign to a maximum of 500 people in the state, Modi’s proposed meetings for Saturday were clubbed with his Friday campaign.
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