PM Modi All Out Attack In Chittorgarh

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The Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, beside Rajasthan’s Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, who he claims has accepted overcome. The Indian leader accuses the Congress-led government of failing the people and begs the BJP not to halt the program start for the advantage of the masses. 

Prime Minister Modi at the public rally. People from all walks of life, young as well as aged, men and women, all collected in hope to hear what the leader had to say. 

In a roaring sound, PM Modi took to the pulpit and addressed the people. “CM Ashok Gehlot is aware that the countdown for Congress’s farewell has begun. Gehlot ji himself is confident that he is going and that is why he has already congratulated BJP,” he said.

The crowd erupted in applause and cheers, as the Prime Minister continued, “He is requesting that after BJP forms its govt in Rajasthan, his schemes should not be discontinued. I want to thank Gehlot ji for publicly accepting that BJP will come to power in Rajasthan.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a deep breath before delivering another cutting remark about Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. “It seems that the CM is more interested in assure his seat in the state than actually serving the people,” Modi screamed.

He knew that every corrupt person, goon, rioter, tyrant, and every leader of Congress had considered themselves the government of Rajasthan. They had left no stone unturned in looting the state, while the common people were left to suffer.

The Prime Minister’s address left the room silent, the weight of his words evident in the air. He spoke of his pain, his sadness, at the state of crime in Rajasthan, and said Congress has destroyed the state in the past five years. 

The PM’s words exchanged through the rally, sending a palpable shiver down everyone’s spike. His feelings was real, and it was clear that he was not only foiled but deeply pained. The people were hanging on his every word, distressed to hear what he would say next. 

When he said that the utmost number of crimes against women are from Rajasthan, the silence was deafening. It was as if the mob was waiting with bated breath to hear what Modi had to say next. 

He went on to say that it pains him to see that the state tops the crime list, the riots, stone -pelting, crimes against women and Dalit, and that it has the worst name. He asked the crowd if this was the reason they voted for Congress. 

The silence that followed was deafening, and then the crowd erupted into thunderous approval. It was clear that the PM had struck a chord with the public of Rajasthan, and they were ready for a change.

The PM’s sensitive speech had made a expressive crash on the people of Rajasthan, and it was clear that they would no longer stand for the rampant crimes beside women and the crimes faced by the Dalit community

He declared with great passion about the required for growth in Rajasthan, and how the BJP was the only party that could give it. He promised that the central government was fully given to the growth of Rajasthan as the lofty priority of the central government, he said. 

Prime Minister Modi stood tall in Chittorgarh as he disclosed a multitude of growth projects that would reform the landscape of the area. The projects, worth over₹ 7,000 crores, were a confirmation to the firm dedication and being of the Bharatiya Janata party. Rajasthan and four states will go to the polls by the ending of this year.