A day after addressing a massive rally in Gujarat that reportedly had as many as 200,000 people present, PM Narendra Modi has jetted into Uttar Pradesh today and has addressed another rally at Bahraich through phone that has been tagged by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as ‘Parivartan Rally’. A huge attendance is expected – this is the third visit that Prime Minister has paid to the district since 2001. The rally is happening ahead of the Uttar Pradesh elections which is crucial to the BJP to win as it will be acknowledged as the public’s thumbs-up to the massive changes wrought by the PM Modi government, including the demonetisation drive that led to the imposition of a ban on high value notes. While the government says this has been done in an effort to fight black money, but it has also affected the public negatively and impacted businesses in the short term. The government says that in the long term it will transform the Indian financial system, In his rally in Deesa yesterday, PM said that he has empowered the poor with this step as it has increased the value and demand of Rs 100, Rs 50, Rs 20, and Rs 10. This is PM Modi’s fifth Parivartan Rally in the state having earlier addressed rallies at Ghazipur, Agra, Moradabad and Kushinagar. Due to bad weather his plane could not reach in Bahraich and he had to address it via phone call. He will address the next one in Kanpur on December 19. Here are 5 key takeaways from the PM Modi’s speech today:
1) People of Uttar Pradesh are being harassed from goons and mischievous.
2) The government wants the debate on the issue in the Parliament, but the Opposition is not letting it, creating ruckus in both Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha.
PM Modi’s helicopter unable to land in Bahraich due to foggy weather: Keshav Prasad Maurya pic.twitter.com/od7xwQJWod
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3) People must have seen that the government is behind people who have stashed black money. Dishonest people won’t be able to escape now.
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4) The government will continue its fight against corruption and black money.
5) NDA government is for the poor and continue to work for their betterment.