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“Those who have no one, they also belong to Modi, and Modi belongs to them”: PM hits out at INDIA bloc

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday targeted the opposition coalition, INDIA bloc, accusing them of nepotism and corruption during his address in Telangana’s Adilabad.

The Prime Minister stated, “The leaders of the INDIA alliance, deeply engrossed in corruption, nepotism, and appeasement, are becoming nervous. When I question their ‘Parivarvad’, they have started saying that Modi has no family”.

“My life is an open book, 140 crore people of the country are my family. Today, crores of daughters, mothers, and sisters of the country are Modi’s family.” He emphasized that every poor person in the country belongs to him and vice versa, stating, “Those who have no one, they also belong to Modi, and Modi belongs to them.”, the PM further added.

Addressing concerns about his well-being, he revealed, “Sometimes when I work till late night and the news is out, lakhs of people from across the country write to me asking me not to work so much, take some rest.”

Asserting his commitment to the nation, PM Modi declared, “I live with feelings Mera Bharat, Mera Parivaar. I am living for you, fighting for you, and will continue to fight for you, to fulfill your dreams with determination.”

Highlighting the government’s development initiatives, he mentioned the Viksit Bharat Action Plan, stating, “To date, over 15 lakh people have sent their suggestions for the Viksit Bharat Action Plan.”

PM Modi also listed completed development projects while dismissing accusations of them being election tactics, “In the last 15 days, we inaugurated 2 IITs, 1 IIIT, 3 IIMs, 1 IIS, and 5 AIIMS.” He proudly announced the inauguration of the world’s largest storage scheme for farmers, computerization of 18,000 cooperatives, and significant railway and oil and gas sector projects.

Earlier in the day, the Prime Minister inaugurated, laid the foundation stone, and dedicated multiple development projects worth more than Rs 56,000 crore in Telangana’s Adilabad.

(With ANI inputs)

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