Congress trapped in its own mire of sins: PM Modi says in MP rally, unveils projects worth Rs 7,300 cr

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IBNS-CMEDIA: Launching a blistering attack on the Congress, India Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the party is “trapped in the quicksand of its sins, and the more it struggles to emerge, the more it will sink.”

Addressing a Janjatiya Sammelan in this tribal-dominated district headquarters, Modi said, “The Congress, which is concerned not about your villages but its own palaces, is busy in destructive and divisive activities, but the country would never allow such designs to succeed.”

Expressing confidence that the National Democratic Alliance would win more than 400 seats in the general elections, he said that his party BJP would emerge victorious in excess of 370 constituencies.

“I urge you to actively work at the polling booth level and disseminate information of the NDA government’s achievements. The Opposition leaders have learned about the ground reality in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls. Indeed, such is the public mood in every corner of the country,” Modi said.

Reminiscing his tour of the southern states ahead of the consecration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Modi said, “Mothers, sisters, the elderly, children, and youths had come in thousands to shower blessings on me. It was simply beyond my imagination.”

पिछले 10 वर्षों के दौरान हमारी सरकार आदिवासी समाज के उत्थान, गौरव और सम्मान के लिए समर्पित रही है। मध्य प्रदेश के झाबुआ में जनजातीय महासभा को संबोधित कर रहा हूं।— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 11, 2024

Modi asserted that in Madhya Pradesh a double-engine government is working at double speed.

He said that the credit for this development mega campaign goes to the people of the state.

Modi said that some people are saying that Modi will blow the Lok Sabha campaign bugle from Jhabua, but, he added, “I say that Modi has not come to drum up support. He has come as a servant to seek the gratitude of the godlike public. I guarantee that we shall toil day and night for you.”

In the past, Madhya Pradesh experienced the dark age of the Congress, he alleged, adding that the state was counted among the BiMaRU ones.

“The biggest reason for that state of affairs was the Congress’s attitude of brim-full hatred towards villages, the indigent, and tribal areas. That party never contemplates about the development and honour of the Adivasi community, which it treats as a mere vote bank,” Modi emphasised.

“The Congress opened only 100 Eklavya Model Residential Schools in so many years when it had several opportunities to bring about betterment. It prevented livelihood from forest produce and did nothing against the scourge of sickle-cell anaemia. It stood akin to a wall when a tribal lady was being elevated to the nation’s highest constitutional office. The Congress heaps abuse on me,” he said.

The Prime Minister announced that the Krantisurya Tantya Bhil University will be established and extended his best wishes for the Bhagoria festival.

Modi dedicated to the nation and laid the foundation stones for multiple development projects worth about Rs 7,300 crore.

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The Prime Minister disbursed the monthly installment of Aahar Anudan under the Aahar Anudan Yojana to approximately two lakh women beneficiaries.

Under this scheme, Rs 1,500 per month is provided for nutritious food to women of various specially backward tribes in Madhya Pradesh.

He distributed 1.75 lakh Adhikar Abhilekh (record of rights) to beneficiaries of the SVAMITVA Scheme aimed at providing documentary evidence for people’s right to their land.

Modi transferred Rs 55.9 crore to 559 villages under the Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana. This amount will be used for construction activities including Anganwadi bhavans, fair-priced shops, health centers, additional rooms in schools, and internal roads, among others.

He laid the foundation stone for a ‘CM Rise School’ that will integrate technology to provide modern facilities like smart classes, an e-library, etc.

The projects for which foundation stones were laid included the Talavada Project, which is a potable water supply scheme for more than a thousand villages in Dhar and Ratlam, and 14 urban water supply schemes under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation 2.0, benefiting more than 50,000 urban households across multiple districts.

The Prime Minister also dedicated the Nal Jal Yojana for 50-gram panchayats in Jhabua that will provide tap water to about 11,000 households.

The foundation stone for the redevelopment of Ratlam and Meghnagar railway stations was laid. These stations will be redeveloped under the Amrit Bharat Station Scheme. The rail projects included doubling of the Indore-Dewas-Ujjain C cabin line; an Itarsi-North-South grade separator with yard remodeling; and a third line connecting Barkhera-Budni-Itarsi.

Modi dedicated road development projects worth more than Rs 3,275 crore, including the four-laning of Harda-Betul (Package-I) from km 0.00 to km 30.00 (Harda-Temagaon) of NH-47; the Ujjain-Dewas section of NH-752D; the four-laning (16 km) of the Indore-Gujarat MP Border section of NH-47; and the four-laning of Chicholi-Betul (Package-III) Harda-Betul of NH-47 and the Ujjain-Jhalawar section of NH-552G.

Further, the Prime Minister dedicated and laid the foundation stones for other development initiatives such as waste dumpsite remediation and electric substations, among others.