Prime Minister remembers Guru Ravidas, says welfare of poor is a big priority of the government

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Hoshiarpur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that after decades, the time has come for a full majority government at the Centre. Remembering Guru Ravidas, he also said that poor welfare is a big priority of his government and Guru Ravidas ji is the inspiration behind this.

Addressing a rally here on the last day of campaigning for the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections, Modi said the country has seen unprecedented development during the last 10 years. “Poor welfare is a big priority of my government and the inspiration behind this is Guru Ravidas ji,” he said.

The Prime Minister also said that he wishes that the local Adampur airport be named after Guru Ravidas. Calling it his last public meeting of this election, he said that Hoshiarpur is called ‘Chhoti Kashi’ and it is the ‘Tapobhoomi’ of Guru Ravidas.

He said, “I am an MP from Varanasi, where Guru Ravidas was born. So it is a matter of pride for me to conclude the election campaign on this holy land of Hoshiarpur.” Taking a dig at the Congress and the opposition coalition ‘Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance’ (INDIAN), he said that they asked for proof of surgical strikes and never cared about the army and emptied the government treasury.

“Congress has done double PhD in corruption,” he alleged. He also attacked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in the state and said it has ruined industry and agriculture.
The Prime Minister said that every Indian is connected with the dream of developed India and is blessing us.
Voting for the 13 parliamentary seats of Punjab will be held on June 1 in the last and seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections.

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