Before the elections, political parties become very active and many critical activities take place keeping in mind the pros and cons, and this activity has started again, the results of which will be seen in the coming Madhya Pradesh Elections 2023.
Upcoming Madhya Pradesh Elections 2023
Keeping in mind the upcoming elections, election-related activities have intensified on behalf of all political parties, and the rally organized by the Prime Minister in Satna is also a part of these election activities.
The election campaign has intensified in Madhya Pradesh ahead of the upcoming elections, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a recent rally held in Satna, highlighting the government’s ambitious plan to build 4 crore houses, showing enthusiasm towards construction is parallel to commitment. The Prime Minister asserted, “Our dedication to building 4 crore houses is as unwavering as our commitment to the Ram temple”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the gathering, took the opposition Congress party to task. The Prime Minister targeted the Congress party and criticized the corruption that took place during its rule. He commented, “There was rampant corruption under Congress rule, shattering the dreams of the underprivileged to have permanent residence”.
Taking the discussion further, PM Modi pointed to a specific issue, the “fake beneficiary scam”, accusing Congress of exploiting the system for personal gain. He claimed, “Congress filled the pockets of its supporters by fraudulently including 10 crore fake beneficiaries”.
Madhya Pradesh Elections 2023 :Prime Minister Continued His Campaign Across the State
The Prime Minister continued his campaign across the state with recent rallies in Guna, Damoh, and Morena. In these addresses, he accused the Congress of neglecting development during its tenure, imposing a “missing” model, which hindered progress in various sectors including water supply, infrastructure, power, and employment.
Drawing attention to matters of national security, PM Modi alleged that the Congress, during its time in power, engaged in the first defense scam in independent India. He emphasized the need for a government that prioritizes the welfare and security of the nation.
Taking a swipe at Congress leaders Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh, the Prime Minister held them responsible for the state’s past struggles, labeling Madhya Pradesh as a BIMARU (laggard) state during their tenure. He stated, “These are the faces that turned Madhya Pradesh into a BIMARU state. In the midst of crucial elections, the Congress is preoccupied with internal strife, reflecting their legacy of mismanagement during their rule”.
As the political landscape heats up in Madhya Pradesh, the narrative is shifting towards the vision for development and governance, with both major parties presenting their perspectives on the future trajectory of the state. The electorate is keenly observing these developments, evaluating the promises, and scrutinizing the records of the political contenders as they prepare to cast their votes in the upcoming elections.