PM Modi in Barabanki: ‘Elect a stable BJP Government in Uttar Pradesh’

16 Feb , 2017 , 04:43 PM
Narendra Modi in Barabanki (Pic: ANI)
Narendra Modi in Barabanki (Pic: ANI)

PM Narendra Modi on Thursday addressed a public rally in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh. After launching a scathing attack on the Samajwadi Party in his Hardoi rally earlier on Thursday, PM Modi yet again trained his guns on the Akhilesh Yadav government as he called it 'anti-farmer'.

Here are the highlights:

#These elections are to change the fortunes of Uttar Pradesh. Elect a stable BJP Government

#We've done away with interviews for class III & IV jobs. Now jobs are given on the basis of merit

#Poor would be empowered when we eliminate corruption from society

#We have reduced stent prices. This will make treatment more affordable for the poor

#The meaning of deveopment is - irrigation for farmers, education for children, earning for youth and medicines for elderly

#Earlier urea for farmers used to go to chemical factories. We decided to neem coat them & now it benefits only the farmers

#What is the reason that SP government formed alliance with those who rubbished Lohia ji's ideals?

#India will progress only after the upliftment of the farmers of UP

#SP government in Uttar Pradesh is anti-farmer; Centre allotted funds but why is it that farmers in the state are not benefited?

#Farmers in UP are not getting minimum support price of their crops

#Akhilesh ji has made police station the office of SP

#Uttar Pradesh will progress only when SP & Congress are removed; I urge people in UP to elect a BJP Govt devoted to development

#50% teachers have not been appointed in Uttar Pradesh, how will the children of the poor get education?

#Our Govt is for the poor, the underprivileged, the marginalised, the farmers

First Published: Thursday, February 16, 2017 03:55 PM
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