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MP Assembly polls: Congress hand knows how to loot, wherever it comes, brings destruction: PM Modi

As the campaigning heads towards its last leg, the political parties have intensified their efforts on the ground. PM Narendra Modi addressed rally in Betul.

Edited By: Ashesh Mallick @asheshmallick07 Indore Updated on: November 14, 2023 14:21 IST
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed election rally in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday (November 14) as part of BJP's campaigning for the Assembly elections in the state. The Prime Minister is slated to hold three rallies in Betul, Shajapur, and Jhabua. The campaigning is in its last leg as the polls will be held on November 17.

PM Modi's address

The Prime Minister attacked the Congress and said that the party has conceded defeat in the state and has left itself to fate.

"As the date of 17th November is coming closer. The moves of Congress leaders are getting exposed. Today we are getting reports from entire MP that Congress has accepted defeat and has left itself to fate," he said.

"Congress has accepted that the false promises of Congress cannot stand even for a moment in front of Modi's guarantee. Modi's guarantee means a guarantee of its fulfillment," PM Modi added.

The Prime Minister said that wherever Congress comes to power, it brings destruction to the place.

"This election is to stop the palm of Congress's corruption and loot from touching Madhya Pradesh's locker. You (people) should remember, Congress's palm knows how to steal and loot. You know that wherever Congress comes, they bring destruction," he said.

PM takes veiled dig at Rahul Gandhi

The Prime Minister took a veiled dig at Rahul Gandhi who earlier said that the mobile phones that people of the country use are 'Made in China".

"I heard that a knowledgeable person of Congress that all the people of India have Made in China mobile phones. Arre murkhon ke sardaar, in which world do they live in? Congress leaders have the disease of not being able to see the reality. India is the second biggest manufacturer of mobile phones," PM Modi said without taking Rahul Gandhi's name.

Details of PM Modi’s roadshow

The roadshow will cover nearly 11 km, and pass through five to six assembly constituencies, sources said, adding that the long show will be divided into two segments. According to sources, the roadshow will commence from Indore 1 Assembly constituency from where senior BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya is contesting against sitting Congress MLA Sanjay Shukla.

"The roadshow's first part is expected to commence at the grand Ganpati temple (in Indore 1 constituency) and conclude in Indore-3 Assembly segment, where PM Modi will offer prayers to Goddess Ahilya," the sources added.

The second part of the roadshow is expected to start from Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Bhavan in the Rau Assembly constituency, which is currently represented by Congress MLA Jitu Patwari.

The route will cover several key locations, including Bhawarkuan BRTS, Bhawarkuan Square, Tower Square, Agresen Square, Chhavani, Geeta Bhavan Square, Indraprastha Tower Square, Roshan Singh Bhandari Marg, Malwa Mill Square, and end at Vishranti Square.

The results of the Assembly elections will be declared on December 3.

(With ANI inputs)


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