New Delhi: Lauding the BJP’s “jit ka chauka” (the extent of victory) in remote states like Goa and Manipur, apart from Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his victory speech at the party headquarters on Thursday called for women’s support. Voting accepted. A large number of voters cited the BJP’s performance as a major factor and said that UP’s decision also determined the fate of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
“After the 2019 Lok Sabha elections some gyanis (intellectuals) said that there is nothing special in this as it was decided in the 2017 UP assembly elections. I wish that these wise men will once again show the courage to publicly say that the 2022 Assembly election results have determined the fate of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections,” he said and reiterated that the results will be the mood of the country for the next 25 years. was a reflection of ,
Modi remarked that some people have insulted the people of UP that only caste works in the state. But every time in 2014, 2017, 2019 and now 2022, the people of UP have chosen the politics of development. The results have given a clear message and I urge such ‘Gyanis’ (intellectuals) to think afresh. It is very sad that ‘Gyanis’ will always weigh the people of UP on the basis of caste.’
Modi said the women of the country have consistently reposed faith in the BJP because for the first time they have come to believe that the government cares for their needs. “Mahila Shakti has consistently supported the BJP. The results showed that where women voted more than men, the BJP won with a bumper margin.
Apart from appreciating the greater participation of women voters, Modi also talked about the role played by youth and first-time voters, even as he lashed out at the opposition parties for targeting corrupt people. tried hard to level the charges against what seemed to be a veil. With reference to the ongoing action against Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik. “People expect us to punish the corrupt and take strict action. Should I fulfill this expectation or not? But when independent institutions take action against the corrupt, these people and their ecosystem want to attack these institutions. They don’t even have faith in the judiciary,” the PM said.
Modi said Uttar Pradesh chose development-oriented politics but there were political pundits who still tried to develop the narrative that the state was still divided on caste and communal lines. “In UP, one of the reasons for our victory is that people have to bear the brunt of this type of politics for years,” Modi said.
Amid “Modi-Modi” slogans, the PM credited party workers for the party’s success, saying he had promised them that Holi for them would begin with a BJP victory on March 10 and they have lived up to the promise. .
Modi said the vote share of BJP has increased in states like Goa, Manipur and UP despite being in power and history has been written in Uttarakhand where the government has been repeated for the first time. Despite the defeat in Punjab, Modi praised the party workers of the state. “BJP will emerge as a strong political force in the coming years. Without naming any organisation, the Prime Minister said that Punjab is a border state and it has to be saved from the politics of separatism. For this, the BJP will continue to do its duty in the state, Modi said.
Referring to the victory in UP, Modi said the state had given several prime ministers, but this was the first instance of a CM (Yogi Adityanath) being re-elected after a full five-year term and said, “In UP, A party has returned to power after 37 years.”
He said that the elections were held at a time when the world was battling the biggest pandemic in 100 years and the war has added to the tension. “The entire supply chain has been destroyed. The two years have had a very adverse effect and the war has only added to it. Globally, the prices of coal, gas, fertilizers have increased at an unprecedented pace. Inflation is rising because of the war. In the global context, when we look at the budget, it gives confidence that the country is moving ahead on the path of self-reliance,” Modi said.
Targeting the opposition parties, the PM said that some people are bent on defaming the politics of the country and they are misleading the people of the country. “In Ukraine, when thousands of Indian students were trapped… these people demanded to add Operation Ganga to regionalism. Every plan, every work is given a regional, caste and communal colour. This is of great concern to me. subject is.’


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