Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing a public rally in Ajmer on Saturday to mark the completion of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje’s state-wide ‘Gaurav Yatra’ that began in August ahead of the Assembly elections. “Nearly three lakh party workers will attend the historic rally in Ajmer,” party’s state chief Madan Lal Saini said.
Besides guiding BJP workers with regard to the upcoming polls, PM Modi will also visit the Brahma temple in Pushkar.
Saina said Raje’s yatra, which began from Charbhujanath temple in Rajsamand district, received a good response. Since the CM was unable to cover Bharatpur division, she will later hold public dialogues, the state chief added.
Narendra Modi's Ajmer rally Highlights: Prime Minister to address workers today.
PM Modi ends speech
PM Modi concludes his speech in Ajmer.
'Be wary of parties that create doubt, fear'
Asking voters to be wary of parties that create fear and doubt, PM Modi said, "They make you feel frustrated with life and by doing so, they sit comfortably playing on your doubts and fears. Beware of such people and parties."
'Congress mocked jawans, ridiculed surgical strike'
"There would be no Indian who would not be proud of our jawans and the surgical strike they had conducted. But look at the Congress, they even mocked our jawans," PM Modi said.
'Do not allow Congress to look here again'
Continuing his attack on the Congress, PM Modi said, "Today after 60 years the country has got a direction, do not give them (Congress) a chance to look here again."
Vote bank politics destroys entire system: PM Modi
"This vote-bank politics is not just restricted to elections, but it destroys the entire system. Please don't let such people get into any corner of the country," PM Modi said.
This vote-bank politics is not just restricted to elections, but it destroys the entire system. Please don't let such people get into any corner of the country: PM @narendramodi Watch LIVE at https://t.co/qp16ISpHjO #VijaySankalpWithPM pic.twitter.com/qn4ixTCaC2— BJP LIVE (@BJPLive) October 6, 2018
PM Modi stresses on need for strong opposition
In a healthy democracy, a strong opposition is needed. But, we have a set of people who not only failed in Government for 60 long years but also have failed as an Opposition: PM @narendramodi LIVE at https://t.co/qp16ISpHjO #VijaySankalpWithPM pic.twitter.com/2dB17uX0lm— BJP LIVE (@BJPLive) October 6, 2018
Congress leaders busy serving one family: PM Modi
Upping the ante against the Congress, Modi said, "Congress leaders are busy serving one family. No wonder they do not have the time to come to the State Assembly or raise issues concerning Rajasthan, women empowerment among others."
BJP believes in uniting, not dividing: PM Modi
"The BJP does not believe in doing politics over the Hindus and Muslims. We believe in the policy of uniting and not dividing," PM Modi said.
PM Modi presents 'report card' to Rajasthan citizens
Stating that the ruling BJP government in the state believes in accountability, PM Modi said, "We are nearing the end of our term in Rajasthan and we are here to give you a report of all that we have done. It is a matter of honour to be here in your service and to fearlessly give you an account of everything we've done for your benefit."
PM Modi hits out at Opposition over vote bank politics
Hitting out at the Opposition, PM Modi said, "If the parties who indulge in vote bank politics come to power, they will divide the government officers according to their politics and provide posts only to those who fit their vote bank," PM Modi said.
Always fulfill my responsibilities wholeheartedly, says PM Modi
देश और दुनिया के लिए मैं भले प्रधानमंत्री हूं, लेकिन भारतीय जनता पार्टी के लिए मैं एक कार्यकर्ता हूं। एक कार्यकर्ता के नाते पार्टी जब भी, जो भी जिम्मेदारी मुझे देती है, उसको भी जी-जान से करने का मैं प्रयास करता हूं: पीएम मोदी #VijaySankalpWithPMhttps://t.co/sTsZ5EY2mp pic.twitter.com/YZVhMS2BVR— BJP (@BJP4India) October 6, 2018
PM for India, worker for BJP, says Modi in Ajmer
"I am the Prime Minister for the nation, but a worker for the BJP. So wherever I am invited, even if at a booth-level meeting, I will be present," PM Modi told the crowd.
I am Prime Minister for the nation, but a worker for the BJP. So wherever I am invited, even if at a booth level meeting, I will be present: Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Ajmer's Pushkar. #Rajasthan pic.twitter.com/HqCf7oTLWg— ANI (@ANI) October 6, 2018
CM Raje thanks PM Modi
Listing out the achievements of her government, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje said, "I would like to thank the prime minister for his schemes for the poor and farmers."
PM Narendra Modi arrives at Ajmer
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived at Ajmer and will shortly address the Vijay Sankalp Sabha, to mark the completion of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje’s state-wide ‘Gaurav Yatra’ that began in August ahead of the Assembly elections. “Nearly three lakh party workers will attend the historic rally in Ajmer,” party’s state chief Madan Lal Saini had said.