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PM Modi: BJP’s election manifesto reflects the future of India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a massive rally in Mysuru, Karnataka, where he highlighted the key points of the BJP’s election manifesto. He emphasized on providing free housing, ration, medical treatment, and empowering women to improve the lives of the underprivileged.

PM Modi outlined the progress made by the country in the last decade, with a focus on the Digital India mission and the future vision of India being known for expressways, waterways, and airways. He mentioned the importance of the Rs 1 lakh crore fund for scientific research and the benefits it will bring to the local youth of Karnataka.

The Prime Minister stressed on promoting local languages and heritage cities like Mysuru, Hampi, and Badami to boost tourism and employment opportunities in Karnataka. He urged the people to vote for the BJP to realize these promises, asserting that the NDA delivers on its commitments, such as Article 370 and building the Ram Mandir.

PM Modi criticized the Congress for its politics of appeasement and called for a decisive vote in the upcoming elections, emphasizing that it will determine the future of a Developed India in 2047. He highlighted the water crisis in IT city Bengaluru and urged voters to punish the Congress on April 26 by voting for the BJP.


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