In successive campaign rallies today, the Prime Minister staunchly criticized the Congress across a spectrum of issues, asserting his confidence in the BJP securing a consecutive term in Madhya Pradesh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a resolute stance, targeted the Congress in dual rallies within the poll-bound state, expressing conviction in the BJP’s sustained leadership based on the ‘love and trust’ bestowed by the people. Amid reiterating pledges to the public, he unveiled a proposed ₹24,000 crore welfare initiative for the country’s tribal communities.
In Betul, the Prime Minister censured the Congress, accusing the party of seeking support from spiritual leaders to rejuvenate its electoral prospects. Modi contended that the Congress is aware that its deceptive promises pale in comparison to his steadfast assurances. Furthermore, he critiqued the grand old party on several fronts, including the revocation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, legislation against triple talaq, and the construction of the Ram temple. Modi underscored that the Congress had doubted the realization of these objectives, emphasizing their transformation into tangible realities.