Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a public meeting in Dausa, Rajasthan, where he spoke about the recent budget session and the condition of the state under the Congress rule. He criticized the Congress for lacking vision and weight in implementing the budget and announcements.
PM Modi also highlighted the efforts made by the BJP government in addressing the water crisis in Rajasthan and the Jal Jeevan Mission that has provided new connections to 8.5 crore families in three and a half years. He talked about the proposal to build 1,000 km more roads in Rajasthan and the plan to make it a state of new possibilities.
The Prime Minister also touched upon the naming of the islands of Andaman and Nicobar after the martyred soldiers and how the BJP government is working for the welfare of all sections of society, including the poor, Dalits, tribals, farmers, and nomads. He emphasized the constitutional status given to the OBC Commission and the reservation provided to poor families in education and government jobs.
PM Modi spoke about the conversion of the railway line between Ahmedabad and Udaipur into broad gauge, which he said would greatly benefit the Mewar region. He also mentioned the building of roads, bridges, and airports, which would boost employment and self-employment opportunities for the youth in the region.
The Prime Minister concluded his address by stating that the BJP is committed to making Rajasthan the strongest base of developed India and that the recent budget also allocated maximum expenditure for the development of infrastructure in villages and for the poor. He emphasized that the BJP is working towards transforming Rajasthan into a developed state, connecting it to Delhi and Mumbai.