Narendra Modi Addresses Public Rally in Nalbari


Nalbari: Narendra Modi addressed a public rally in Nalbari, Assam, highlighting his government’s achievements and future promises as outlined in the Sankalp Patra manifesto. Joined by prominent leaders including Himanta Biswa Sarma, Bhabesh Kalita, Atul Bora, and Pramod Boro, Modi expressed gratitude for the public’s support and greeted them for Bohag Bihu and Ram Navami.

He reiterated the BJP’s commitment to ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas,’ pledging to build 3 crore new houses for the poor and provide free ration to all eligible individuals for the next five years. Senior citizens above 70 years will also receive free treatment under Ayushman Bharat Yojana.

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Modi highlighted Assam’s transformation under BJP rule, from infrastructure development to conservation efforts like increasing the tiger population and stopping rhino hunting. He emphasized the importance of preserving Assam’s heritage and announced plans for tourism promotion and employment generation.

The Prime Minister urged voters to support BJP candidates in the upcoming elections, emphasizing the party’s dedication to fulfilling the aspirations of the people and ensuring a developed India. He encouraged grassroots campaigning and extended greetings to all households.

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