Development is the only basis for politics now; Silent BJP Women Voters: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that the results of the Bihar assembly polls and parliamentary elections in the states have shown that “development” will be the only basis for politics in the 21st century and recognized women for boost the political fortunes of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). as your “silent voters.”
Addressing BJP workers at a thanksgiving program in Delhi following the electoral victory, Modi also attributed the victory of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Bihar to his mantra of “sabka saath, sabka vikas, sabka vishwas” and also launched a covert attack on the West Bengal’s ruling Trinamool Congress, saying that those who cannot democratically challenge the saffron party have resorted to “murdering” its workers to achieve their goals.
Assembly elections are due to take place in the first half of 2021 in West Bengal, a politically crucial state where the BJP hopes to come to power for the first time by ending the 10-year rule of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
Modi also said that the NDA will serve Bihar under the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and that each member of the BJP will leave no stone unturned to help them carry out their determination of development in the state.
In his speech, the Prime Minister launched a stinging attack on “family parties and family-oriented parties”, saying that his “network” could be seen from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and that they are the “greatest threat” to Indian democracy.
In a clear attack on Congress, he said that a national party has also fallen into the hands of a family and asked young people to partner with the BJP to serve the country.
The Prime Minister chose the celebratory atmosphere at the BJP headquarters to underscore the party’s growing strength across the country, a day after his stupendous show helped the NDA push forward a resurgent RJD-led alliance for office, including when he won impressive election victories. in states like Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana, and Uttar Pradesh, among others.
Referring to the survey results, he said that they have expanded the verdict given by people in the Lok Sabha polls in favor of the BJP for their development work.
Modi further said that his government has undertaken various reforms and launched development and welfare initiatives for the people during the Covid-19 pandemic, when many large countries were also bogged down by the spread of the virus.
The BJP is the only national party in which the poor, Dalits and other disadvantaged sectors of society see their representation, he said, adding that it is the only national party that represents and addresses the aspirations of all sectors and regions of the nation.
Modi said the party went from “two chambers and two seats” to its dominance in national politics, and has clearly demonstrated that the people will only give a chance to serve the country to those who work honestly for the development of the nation.
Those who don’t get it are losing their deposits in the polls, he said, an apparent reference to the poor performance of Congress in these polls.
The BJP’s “good governance” model was visible during the Covid-19 pandemic, he said, stating that the popular vote for the party has shown support for the measures taken by his government to confront the pandemic.
Everyone must be wondering when he will speak about the results of the Bihar poll, Modi said smiling in the middle of his speech before adding that the only mysterious formula behind the NDA’s victory in the state, where exit polls in Most of them had predicted loss, it was their mantra of “sabka saath, sabka vikas, sabka vishwas”.
Bihar’s development work, trust and aspirations and pride have won in the state, he said.
Calling Bihar’s poll results “the most special,” he noted that the BJP is the only party that has seen its account increase despite being in power in the state for three terms, adding that it has performed well. spectacular in states like Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. despite ruling them for a long time.
With pollsters crediting voters’ preference for the BJP-JD (U) alliance for their victory in the tough battle, Modi said that India’s “nari shakti” (women’s power) are the “silent voters” of the BJP. that are being discussed by experts. From rural to urban regions, they have played a key role in the BJP’s good performance in polls everywhere, he added.
Directing his attention to West Bengal, he raised the issue of the alleged political killings against members of the Saffron party.
“People in some parts of the country think that they will achieve their goals by murdering the BJP workers. I will appeal to them to understand the reason … I don’t need to warn them as people will do this. Polls come and go, are won and lost, but this killing game cannot work in a democracy. This ‘maut ka khel’ can’t get you votes. They should see the writing on the wall, ”Modi said, without naming any party.
The BJP has been accusing the TMC of resorting to killing its workers to terrorize its members, an accusation that the state’s ruling party has rejected.
The Prime Minister asked people to exercise due care when celebrating Diwali and to follow the mantra of “vocal for local”, an impulse for local products.
He also commended the Election Commission, the security forces and the local administration for the successful conduct of the elections and said that India’s voting process is a source of pride for all Indians.
Amid a festive atmosphere with the crowd chanting ‘Modi hai to mumkin hai (Modi can make it happen), BJP President JP Nadda said earlier at the event that the people of Bihar have put their stamp of approval on the work. of Modi to deal with Covid. -19 and helping the poor during the pandemic.
He also said that Bihar has chosen ‘vikas raaj’ over ‘goonda raaj’, ‘DBT raaj’ over ‘loot raaj’ and LED over the lantern.
Since the party’s Bihar election victories were the first with Nadda, who had taken office in January this year, Modi praised his leadership and called on the large number of party workers present at headquarters to join him. to raise slogans in their support.