In PM Modi's Meerut rally, message against corruption, dig over Katchatheevu

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In PM Modi's Meerut rally, message against corruption, dig over Katchatheevu

On the day that the INDIA group led by the Congress conducted a large-scale demonstration in New Delhi's Ramlila Maidan to express disapproval over the apprehension of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared that the Lok Sabha election would be fought between those who support and oppose corruption. Modi is not going to back down. As he began the BJP's election campaign in Meerut, Prime Minister Modi declared that "action will be taken against every corrupt person."

According to Prime Minister Modi, some politicians are setting the standard because he is fighting corruption. The Supreme Court has not even granted them bail. The prime minister claimed that certain individuals have united under the INDIA bloc because they are alarmed by his actions.

Modi criticized the Congress for transferring Katchatheevu to Sri Lanka in 1974, saying, "Today, the Congress has revealed yet another anti-Indian act." Congress gave up the crucial island of Katchatheevu, which is situated between Sri Lanka and India and is crucial for national security, following independence. India continues to bear the cost of the Congress government's wrongdoings.

As he launched his campaigns from Meerut in 2014 and 2019, PM Modi stated that Meerut held special meaning for him. The next Lok Sabha election in 2024 will be about Viksit Bharat as much as a new administration, Prime Minister Modi declared, adding that the previous ten years had only been a preview of the developments he had in store for the nation. Almost 25 crore people left poverty when India's economy rose to become the fifth largest in the world. A new middle class would drive India's growth when we become the third largest economy, PM Modi promised when presenting a report card of the 10-year NDA rule, which included the triple talaq ban, the demolition of Article 370 in J&K, and the construction of Ram Mandir.