Jharkhand: PM Modi addresses public meeting at Lohardaga
Senior BJP leader and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that his government has never discriminated on the basis of religions or castes and tried to secure justice for every India citizen in distress.
Speaking at a rally in Lohardagga, Jharkhand, Mr Modi said Govt. of India secured the release of numerous Christian priests and Church workers from the grip of foreign terrorists of Afghanistan, 46 nurses of Kerala from terrorists of Iraq in past.
He said that Congress and opposition parties have sensed their defeat in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections after the end of the third phase yesterday. Now they have started blaming the EVMs to create false excuses for their impending defeats.
Prime Minister said that country is now voting for development, for making India strong and for removing challenges that have been created by the Congress party misrule during their past.
Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das speaking earlier said that numerous welfare schemes of Center and State government are improving the lives of the ordinary citizens of Jharkhand.
Many important BJP and their allies party leaders were present on the dais. This included Minister for State and BJP candidate from Lohardagga, Sudarshan Bhagat, ex-Chief Minister of Jharkhand, and BJP candidate from Khunti Lok Sabha seat, Arjun Munda, Jharkhand in charge for Lok Sabha Mangal Pandey, AJSU President Sudesh Mahto, Member of Rajya Sabha from Jharkhand Sameer Oraon, BJP leaders and MLAs Gangotri Kujur, Ganesh Ganjhu and Hare Krishna Singh