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PM Modi Urges Inclusive Outreach for Maximum Seats in BJP's National Convention

Highlights of PM Modi's address at the BJP National Convention, emphasizing inclusive outreach and the party's vision for a brighter India.

PM Modi Urges Inclusive Outreach for Maximum Seats in BJP's National Convention
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New Delhi: The Prime Minister emphasized the need to connect with every voter, spanning across all classes and traditions, to earn their trust. Asserting that collective efforts would lead to the BJP securing the maximum seats, he addressed party workers during the second day of the national convention. Prime Minister Modi stressed the importance of working together in the next 100 days and reaching out to all voters, irrespective of class or tradition, to ensure the party's success in serving the nation.

 

Acknowledging the efforts of BJP workers, the Prime Minister congratulated party president Nadda and the entire team for their dedicated work. He expressed admiration for the impactful initiatives undertaken by BJP workers despite being in power. The Prime Minister highlighted discussions during the convention, reinforcing their commitment to a brighter future for the country. Notably, he mentioned Mission Shakti for women's empowerment and the PM Vishwakarma Yojana to empower traditional artists.

 

Reflecting on the past decade, the Prime Minister lauded bold decisions, such as the construction of the Ram temple and the abrogation of Article 370. He highlighted achievements like One Rank One Pension and women's reservation in Parliament after decades of waiting. Addressing infrastructure needs, he mentioned the construction of a new Parliament building.

 

Asserting the heights India has achieved, the Prime Minister called for ambitious dreams and resolutions for a developed India. He stressed that opposition parties lack the ability to fulfill promises, contrasting the BJP and NDA alliance's commitment to a developed India as their central promise.


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