Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a big rally at Tonk in Rajasthan where he attacked the Congress and spoke on various issues.
Ahead of Lok Sabha elections 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Tonk in Rajasthan so as to take forward BJP’s poll campaign.
Modi told the people that his government introduced ‘one-rank-one-pension’ scheme which was lying pending for several years and gave over Rs 11,000 crores in form of arrears to over 20 lakh retired soldiers.
Modi said, “It upsets me that some people living in the country speak the language of Pakistan. These are the people who went to Pakistan and said “do anything, but remove Modi from power,” these are the people who could not give an answer to those who led the terror attack in Mumbai.
No peace can prevail in the world till the time the factory of terror is running. If it is in my fate to end this factory of terror, so be it. This is above party politics. After the Pulwama attack, you must have seen how we are avenging. Because of our new policies, Pakistan is going through a hard time. This is a new India; we will not tolerate the pain and stay quite.
Our fight is for Kashmir, it is not against Kashmir, not against Kashmiris. We have given the forces a free hand to hit back. Our fight is against terrorism. We won’t keep quiet; we know how to crush terrorism.”
PM Modi attacked the Congress over its election promise of farm loan waiver. He said, “new Congress government in Rajasthan has failed to fulfill promise to waive farm loans in 10 days.”
He also said that under Swachh Bharat Scheme which was launched by him on 2nd October 2014, toilets have been constructed in over 9 crore houses.
This was Modi’s first visit to the state after Assembly polls in December last year when the Congress defeated the BJP. Rajasthan sends 25 MPs to the Lok Sabha. In the previous general election held in 2014, the BJP had won all seats while Congress drew blank. The BJP is expecting to repeat its 2014 show in the state this time as well and planned extensively to garner public support. BJP president Amit Shah had visited Jaipur on February 18, 2019 where he met party workers and reviewed the preparations for the polls.