PM Narendra Modi directly attacked the ruling AAP government in Delhi during the rally (Photo Credit: Twitter @BJP4Delhi)
Delhi Assembly Elections 2020- Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed his first rally since the announcement of Delhi assembly polls in Karkardooma on Monday. The rally was held at CBD Ground in Karkardooma. During the rally, PM Narendra Modi directly attacked the ruling AAP government in Delhi, accusing it of not allowing central government schemes like Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and Ayushman Bharat to be implemented in the city. PM Modi warned that the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party "will continue to stall welfare schemes" in the city if it is voted back to power. He promised to provide relief to all unauthorised colonies in the city if his party is voted to power. He also promised 'pucca' houses for every poor person in Delhi if it votes in favour of the BJP. He hailed the achievements of his government and appealed the people to elect a BJP government in Delhi also, so the path of development becomes clearer and easier. PM Modi talked about several announcements made in the recently presented Union Budget 2020.
"The India of 21st century will not be run by politics of hate but by politics of development."
"Delhi is not a city, it is the cultural heritage of India. Delhi has given shelter to every Indian. And the sweat of every single "Delhiwasi" has helped the city reach where it is."
"I feel sad when I see that Pradhanmantri Awas Yojna and Ayushman Bharat is not implemented in Delhi just because of this Delhi government."
"For BJP, the country's matters of interest are the first priority. We are solving decade-old problems of our country."
"Article 370 was abrogated after 70 years, Ramjanmbhoomi verdict came after 70 years, Kartarpur Sahab corridor was made after 70 years, India-Bangladesh border issue solved after 70 years, CAA came after 70 years, war memorial and police memorial made after 50-60 years."
"The protests in Shaheen Bagh are not a coincidence, but a political experiment."