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Congress leaders were so busy enjoying ‘Malai’ that they forgot to do the North-East’s ‘Bhalai’: PM Modi in Arunachal Pradesh

PM Modi stated that the rapid development of the state is proof that 5 years of a mindset of service is much more effective in transforming a state than 55 years of greed for power.

PM Narendra Modi addressed a grand public rally in Arunachal Pradesh today at the ITBP grounds in West Siang.

PM started his speech by greeting and thanking the people of Arunachal Pradesh for being the vigilant guardians of the nation’s north-eastern borders. He mentioned that the people of Arunachal are soon going to celebrate the Mopin festival and through the recently launched DD Arun Prabha channel, the entire country and the world will witness the festival. He asked the people of the state to celebrate the festival as they had never done before, with much fervor and enthusiasm so the world sees how vibrant and colorful the state is.

He thanked the people of the state for being the pioneers in helping the lotus bloom in North East India. PM Modi highlighted the infrastructure development works done by his government to bridge the gap between the remote state and mainland India.

PM mentioned that it is because of the people’s cooperation and votes that his government has been able to help 50,000 families of the state to get an electricity connection, 40,000 women to get free gas connections and over one lakh families to have now toilets, 5000 villages become open defecation free, 3 lakh people have new bank accounts and over 100 crore rupees to have been loaned under Mudra Yojna to small entrepreneurs.

PM Modi mentioned that it is because of the people and their support that they now   have several remote regions having clean drinking water facilities, the state’s first Tribal Research Institute and its first Sainik School.

PM Modi stated that after 7 decades of independence, Arunachal is now featured in India’s railway map. He mentioned that the Bogibeel bridge has reduced the travel time from eastern districts from 16 hours to a few hours.

PM Mentioned that his government has made sure that the ministers in central government regularly visit the state and connect to the people and ensure effective governance.

PM Modi stated that the ‘Naamdars’ of Congress and their ‘Durbaris’ knew that Arunachal Pradesh needs modern infrastructure and rapid development, but they were so busy in ‘Malai’ that they have forgotten to do ‘Bhalai’.

PM Modi stated that the rapid development of the state is proof that 5 years of a mindset of service is much more effective in transforming a state than 55 years of greed for power.

PM Modi slammed Congress saying that it has promised food rations and indulged in corruption there too. He said they ate away the rations meant for the poor. PM Modi added that corruption is the Fevicol that binds all parties in the Mahagathbandhan.

Taking a jibe at the 5000 crores National Herald scam, PM Modi stated that people out on bail in corruption scams where they had earned thousands of crores by letting government property on rent are now busy abusing the chowkidar.

He added that the corrupt Congress leaders neither believe in the country’s youth nor they trust the capability of our soldiers. He stated that an ordinary Indian, be it a poor farmer, labourer, or anyone, feels proud when the nation achieves something significant or out defence forces do something heroic. But it is only Congress’ corrupt leaders who become sad and frustrated at the achievements of the nations.

He stated that though the Indian public has rejected the corrupt leaders, they are being celebrated in Pakistan. Their love for Pakistan is so deep that the question surgical strikes but support the statements of Pakistan made against India.

Hailing the achievements of the women of Arunachal Pradesh, PM Modi stated that the whole nation is proud when women of this state are inducted in Delhi Police’s SWAT group and scale Mount Everest.

PM Modi mentioned the ridicule and mocking coming from his political opponents about the costumes and adornments that the PM had sported in his visits to North Eastern India. He stated that he respects the local culture and traditions and for him, the costumes are a matter of respect and love.

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