by NEWSNER , 2021-04-03 17:38:17
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed his last rally before the third phase of polling in Assam during which he said that the people of the state have decided to make the NDA government.
“The people of Assam have decided to make NDA government in Assam. The ‘Mahajhooth’ of ‘Mahajot’ (grand alliance) has been disclosed. supported my political experience and love, I can say that folks have decided to make the NDA government in Assam. They can’t bear those that insult Assam’s identity and propagate violence,” Prime Minister Modi said.
“We work for everybody without discrimination but some people divide the country by vote bank, which is unfortunately called secularism. But if we work for everybody, it’s called communal. Games of secularism, communalism have caused great damage to the country,” he added.
During his address, the Prime Minister also stopped his speech midway and brought everyone’s attention to an elderly BJP worker within the rally who was dehydrated. He promptly directed the team of PMO doctors to offer immediate assistance to the worker.
“PMO medical team, please go and see the worker who is facing issues thanks to dehydration. Please help him immediately the doctors who have to accompany me,” he said.
Later, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) informed on their Twitter handle that the person was attended and he's stable now.
“The election remains happening. I heard yesterday that some people have assumed that they need to lose the election and the way the subsequent government are going to be formed, what the people of the govt must have worn. There can't be a much bigger insult to Assam, the thrill of capturing Assam after five years from now's shocking,” the Prime Minister further said during his address.
“The Congress government in its time gave Assam an extended period of violence, bomb, and gun. At an equivalent time, the NDA government is moving forward on the trail of peace and prosperity with every partner of Assam,” he added.
Urging the first-time voters of the state, the Prime Minister said: “I have a special request to the young comrades who are getting to cast their vote for the primary time. The vote that you simply will cast as India celebrates its 75th year of independence also will determine how far ahead Assam are going to be once we celebrate 100 years of independence. there's a transparent roadmap for this within the BJP’s resolution letter.”
A vote of 76 and 75 per cent were respectively registered within the first two phases of the assembly elections in Assam persisted March 27 and April 1. The third and final phase of polling is going to be persisted on April 6.