PM Modi Called himself as ‘Chowkidar’ in Ghazipur Public rally who is working tirelessly to secure your future
Live Modi Speech at Ghazipur Rally, Uttar Pradesh: Prime Minister Modi in Ghazipur, where he released a commemorative postage stamp on Maharaja Suheldev and addressed a public rally.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi after laying the foundation stone of medical college in Ghazipur, in a rally held here pulled up Karnataka government over its promise to waive farm loans.
He told that the government of Karnataka promised to forgive all farmers loans but instead of pardoned all farmers loans they forgive only 800 farmers. why this is so?
PM asked at the rally for the public that“Karnataka mein laakhon kisaano ka karz maafi ka vaada kiya tha lekin sirf 800 kisaano ka karz maaf hua. Ye kaisa khel hai, kaisa dhoka hai? (The promise was to waive off loans of lakhs of farmers but the loans of only 800 farmers was waived off. What kind of foul play is this?),”
Another Special line of PM Modi is that “Aane wala samay aapka hai, aapke bachhon ka hai. Aapka aur aapke bhavishyasudhaarne ke liye aapka ye chaukidar bohot imaandari se, bohot lagan ke saath, din raat ek kar raha hai”. For Live Watch the Video Below.
Modi, called himself as chowkidar or watchman, said he is working tirelessly for the people without sleeping 24/7 that’s why some frauds people are blaming Modi.
Here below are the Live Gajipur PM Modi Speech in Public Rally So, watch the video and see how PM Modi called himself as ‘Chowkidar’.
PM Modi in UP: Watch Modi’s full speech at Ghazipur rally
Here below are the Tweet of PM Modi watch the video and see how PM Modi called him as ‘Chowkidar’
The moment Governments changed in MP and Rajasthan, urea shortages began and so have Lathis on farmers.
In Karnataka, farmers are suffering.
On what basis is Congress talking about farmer welfare?
The NDA govt. is taking many steps for a robust agriculture sector. pic.twitter.com/RCMgJ31M50
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 29, 2018
Modi will also travel to Varanasi today (December 29) where he is expected to inaugurate developmental projects.
PM’s second visit to his Lok Sabha constituency in the last two months comes at a time when the BJP faces pressure from its allies demanding a better share of the pie ahead of the General Elections 2019.