Assam will vote for NDA to ensure peace, unity and stability in state: PM Modi in Tamulpur



New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that Assam now wants to break free from violence and Assamese people are all for development, peace, unity and stability and therefore they have now decided to go for the National Democratic Alliance (NDA).

In a veiled attack on the opposition while addressing a public meeting in Tamulpur ahead of the  final phase of polling that is scheduled to take place in the northeastern state on April 6, the Prime Minister said that people have rejected parties attacking Assam’s identity for decades. 

In his address, the Prime Minister also slammed opposition party and accused it of hindering the development of government schemes in the name of communalism and secularism. He then said that his party’s main focus is on growth and introducing new development schemes. 

“We work for the people, we work with honesty. Everybody got pakka houses, everyone got toilets, everyone got gas connection without any bias. Our principle is to provide everything to everyone.” “For the first time, a government is working on 100 districts that had been left behind in the race of development under the ‘Aspirational Districts’ programme. These districts are now aspiring for development and seven of Assam’s districts are under this programme,” the Prime Minister said.

He also said few people have already accepted their defeat in the Assembly Polls and their only focus is now on the ruling party’s appearance and clothes rather than their policies of growth and development.

 

He also urged voters to come forward in large numbers in the final phase and reject the ‘Mahajot’s ‘mahajhoot’ and ensure the victory of the NDA government in the state.

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He also said few people have already accepted their defeat in the Assembly Polls and their only focus is now on the ruling party’s appearance and clothes rather than their policies of growth and development.

 



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