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Country’s prosperity depends on Modi’s leadership: K Reddy


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Hyderabad: Union Minister and Telangana BJP President G. Kishan Reddy emphasized the indispensable role of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the nation’s progress, stating, “We cannot imagine a country without Narendra Modi. The country will develop only if there is Modi.”

Addressing a campaign event in Jubilee Hills, Reddy urged voters to determine the country’s leadership through their ballots in the upcoming parliamentary elections on May 13.

Reddy highlighted Modi’s contributions to the nation, particularly during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic, where free vaccines and essential ration supplies were provided to citizens. He underscored initiatives such as free medical care, LPG cylinders, and financial assistance under schemes like Ayushman Bharat, aimed at uplifting the poor.

Additionally, Reddy praised Modi’s commitment to providing medication free of cost in the future and facilitating loans for savings societies to foster economic growth and industrial development.

Reddy credited Modi for launching transformative schemes like Swachcha Bharat and Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, which tackled issues of cleanliness and female infanticide, respectively.

Highlighting the stability and security achieved under Modi’s tenure, Reddy contrasted it with the communal unrest witnessed during previous administrations, asserting that Modi’s leadership had ensured peace and harmony in the country.

Encouraging voter participation, Reddy urged support for the BJP’s symbol, the lotus, as a vote of confidence in Modi’s leadership and the party’s commitment to national development. He reiterated, “Under the leadership of Modi, we are undertaking various development programs in the country.”

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