Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday virtually sounded the poll bugle seeking votes for good governance of last four years at a programme in Yavatmal and reiterated that he has given a free hand to forces to retaliate.
The perpetrators of genocide will not be spared by armed forces, which have been given full freedom to choose the location modus operandi and strategy to settle the score with enemies as our CRPF jawans have been killed.
Without uttering name of Pakistan Modi said the neighbouring country has actually earned the title of terror itself. The supreme sacrifice of our martyred CRPF jawans will not go waste and a perfect response will be given to the enemies he thundered.
Modi was speaking to a large number of women from SHG group in Pandharkawda in Yavatmal district. Governor C Vidya Sagar Rao, Chief Minister Devenda Fadanavis, Union Minister for Roads Transport and Shiping Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Home MOS Hansraj Ahir, Madan Yerawar were also present on occasion.
Speaking at a largely attended rally, Modi said al the promises made in 2014 have been delivered. Listing achievement of his government, Modi dealt with the details of all the schemes for poor women, farmers and their livelihood and a number of infrastructure projects across the country, and development. He reiterated his tag line sab ka saat
sab kaa vikas. He recalled his visit to Dabdi village in Arni taluka in the district in March 2014, during which he had chai pe charcha (discussion over tea) with villagers when he interacted with a group of farmers to seek information about the agrarian crises.
Second part of Modi’s speech was full of repeat of government schemes announced earlier. Winding up his half-an-hour speech, Modi expected votes from the audience over good governance and repeatedly went on talking about his promises and achievements. Modi also flagged off the Ajni-Pune Hamsafar express and lunched housing schemes for homeless.