In my third tenure, I will take India’s economy to top position in world, says PM Modi in Madhya Pradesh’s Damoh


In my third tenure, I will take India's economy to top position in world, says PM Modi in Madhya Pradesh's Damoh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Damoh. X/BJP

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday assured that in his third tenure, he will take India’s economy to top position in the world.

Addressing a political rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Damoh, PM Modi stated, “India became world’s 5th largest economy after 2014, leaving behind the UK which ruled the country for 200 years. In my third tenure, I will take the country’s economy to top position in the world.”

The Prime Minister additionally stated that from floor to house, India is applauded in every single place. “Today, praises are being sung of India in the whole world. India’s Chandrayaan-3 has reached where no other nation has reached. The G20 summit held in India is being talked about by all. Our sportspersons are setting new records every day,” he stated.

PM Modi additional stated that when BJP fashioned a authorities on the Centre in 2014, he “punctured all the tyres of Congress’ corrupt machinery.”

“We created a ‘trishakti’ of Aadhaar, bank accounts and mobile that Congress’ corrupt machine could not bear,” the Prime Minister stated.

Intensifying his assault on Congress, PM Modi stated, “This is the time to remain beware of the Congress party. It is that party that snatches money belonging to the poor, indulges in scams, and divides the society for chair; for Congress, the development of a state and the nation is not important.”

“Congress president is controlled by a remote. He can’t do much. When the remote works, he abuses Sanatan (Dharma). Yesterday, when the remote was not working he spoke about Pandavas and said there are five Pandavas in BJP. We are proud that we are walking on the path laid by the Pandavas,” the Prime Minister stated.

“I will continue my fight against corruption with your blessings,” he additional stated.

“Our (BJP’s) guarantee is not about looting the country’s treasures but taking our country forward. Our guarantee is not about getting votes, but making the countrymen more capable,” the Prime Minister stated.

Elections to the 230-member Madhya Pradesh Assembly are scheduled for November 17. The state will witness a tricky battle between BJP and Congress.

Later on Wednesday, PM Modi will tackle rallies in Guna and Morena in the Gwalior-Chambal area.

With inputs from businesses

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