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PM Narendra Modi in Kerela: Addresses BJP workers in Guruvayur; offers payers at Shri Krishna Temple

Prime Minister Narendra Modi who arrived in Kerela’s Thrissur on Saturday addressed party workers in the State. This was PM Modi first address to party workers in Kerela.

Speaking from the stage, PM Modi said, ‘Some Pundits think that BJP could not open its account in Kerala but Modi is going there to thank people. What is in his mind? But this is our culture, our thinking’.

Bharatiya Janata Party believe that elections have a place of their own but after elections, the more important responsibility is towards all the citizens of India, PM Modi said while addressing party workers in Kerela.

He added, ‘Our Responsibility is towards the 130 crore citizens all Those who made us win our ours, those who did not make us win are also ours. Kerala is as much mine as is Varanasi’.

Praising his party workers, PM Modi said BJP workers in the ground not only work towards party and politics but also serve people 365 days in a year. We come in politics not to form a government but to work for the nation and we are here to build the nation.

He further said that People have elected their Jan Sevaks for 5 years. Hailing his Government at Centre and its flagship Ayushman Bharat Scheme, PM Modi said ‘Today I publicly request them to allow the residents of Kerala the benefits of Ayushman Bharat scheme’.

He further lauded his government at Centre and said his government has made a separate ministry for fishermen, cattle breeders to strengthen the rural & coastal economy.

He also assured Kerela of Centre’s assistance in tackling Nipah Virus.

Wearing a half-sleeved shirt, PM Narendra Modi reached the city by helicopter on Saturday morning. PM Modi reached Kochi at the intervening night of Friday and Saturday. He offered prayer at the Shri Krishna Temple at Guruvayur on Saturday morning.

READ: PM Modi reaches Kerela’s Thrissur; offers prayers at Shri Krishna Temple at Guruvayur

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will later proceed for his visit to the Maldives, a day after which is scheduled to visit Sri Lanka.

While, his visit to Kerela comes at a time when Congress President Rahul Gandhi is also on 3-day visit to the Wayanad, his Lok Sabha Constituency.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party, on May 23 scripted history by bagging 303 seats on its own in the recently concluded national polls. Along with its allies, it took its tally to 352 Lok Sabha Seats out of 542 Seats were national polls held in April-May in seven phases.

However, in Kerela, BJP drew a blank while Congress-led UDF bagged 19 seats out of 20 in the state.


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