PM Narendra Modi addresses BJP's Parivartan rally in UP's Moradabad: Highlights
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed Parivartan Yatra rally as a part of BJP's campaign for the upcoming Assembly polls.
Muzaffarnagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh on Saturday, addressed the Bharatiya Janata Party's Parivartan Yatra rally as a part of party's campaign for the upcoming Assembly polls.
Moradabad rally will be PM Modi's fourth in the state since the BJP launched its campaign in the state. Earlier, the PM had addressed Parivartan Rally in Ghazipur, Agra and Kushinagar.
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Here's all what he said:
- Today before coming to Moradabad, I was a little apprehensive as I am visiting this place after 2009
- I want to thank the people of Moradabad for extending their support to the BJP during the 2014 elections
- If one has to eradicate poverty from the country, it is essential to develop big states like UP, Bihar, Maharashtra
- I have not fought from Uttar Pradesh only to become a MP but wanted to initiate a fight against poverty from this huge state
- The brass industry from Moradabad is known all over the nation
- When came to power, I personally asked officials on why despite 70 yrs of independence, many villages are still deprived of electricity?
- So many governments made so many announcements so many times; We have devoted our focus towards accountability: PM Modi in Moradabad
- That's when I made an announcement from the Red Fort that villages will b electrified in 1000 days, and we are fulfilling it
- You, the people are my high command and no one else
- I came to Moradabad late, but before coming I ensured that your years-long demand for electricity was met
- Corruption should be eradicated or should be allowed to prevail, will it go on its own?: PM Modi asks the people of Moradabad
- I am surprised that in my own country a few people are accusing me,is it fault that one's looting country are now being made accountable
- Have I committed any crime by attacking corruption and black money
- I am fighting this war for you. What can they, the corrupt, do to me? What will they do at best? We are Fakirs, we will carry our jholas (bags) and walk away
- Today the one's who have stashed black money are queuing outside the house of poor people, asking for their help. Dishonest people can't go to banks now and so they are queuing up outside homes of poor and trying to mislead them
- Want to tell poor people in whose account money has been deposited, don't touch that money. If they insist on asking for money, ask for proof
- I am finding ways to put behind bars those guilty of stashing their black money into the Jan Dhan accounts of the poor
- This country is against corruption but it had become helpless. However today, they feel that they have fight this menace
- I assure you people that I won't let your hard work, your sacrifice, your struggle go in vein
- These people in white T-shirts are helping people understand digital transactions, now your bank is in your mobile
- For 70 years people queued up for essential items. This queue (outside banks) is the last queue to end all the queues