BJP govt. will take bigger decisions against corruption in First 100 Days of its ‘Third Term’: Modi

JNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, made a significant announcement on Saturday, stating that his third term is on the horizon. He emphasized that the BJP government is gearing up to make significant strides against corruption in its first 100 days, promising to implement substantial decisions.

Speaking at an election rally in Pushkar, Rajasthan, Modi highlighted that the actions taken over the past decade are just a glimpse of what lies ahead. He criticized the Congress manifesto, calling it a compilation of falsehoods that reek of an agenda to divide the nation.

The Prime Minister accused the Congress of attempting to disintegrate India, comparing its ideology to that of the Muslim League during the independence era. He remarked that the Congress lacks principles and policies, operating more like a family-owned enterprise. Modi asserted that only the BJP is dedicated to crafting a new India.

Promising guarantees, Modi emphasized his commitment to ensuring the happiness, respect, security, and prosperity of women. He stressed the importance of women’s participation in India’s development, highlighting the significant roles they play, such as in the armed forces and space research.

Reflecting on the changes initiated since the BJP came to power in 2014, Modi mentioned infrastructure developments like sea bridges and mountain tunnels to enhance border security.

He contrasted these advancements with the alleged corruption and mismanagement during the Congress’s governance in Rajasthan, promising swift action against corruption under the BJP.

Modi praised the state government for approving the long-pending Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project (ERCP) within its first 100 days, a project expected to resolve water scarcity issues in large parts of Rajasthan. Chief Minister Bhajanlal Sharma also addressed the gathering, highlighting the government’s commitment to development and good governance.

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