In preparation for the next state assembly elections, every political party is running a thorough campaign. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, meanwhile, arrived in Kanker, Chhattisgarh, on November 2. There, he spoke at a rally and aggressively criticized Congress. A schoolgirl gripping his painting stood among the crowd as he was speaking at the event.
The schoolgirl was holding out her hands with a drawing of Prime Minister Modi; PTI recognized her as Akansha Thakur. The girl, named Akansha Thakur, was thanked by him when he saw the same and conveyed his gratitude for the kind gesture. Additionally, he agreed to write her.
The prominent member of the Bharatiya Janata Party said, “Daughter, I’ve seen the picture.” You performed really well. I’ll give you my blessing. You are going to have considerable experience in the coming years. You need to take a seat. I ask the police officers to snap the photo of the young girl so that it gets to me. Make a note of your address there. Of course, I would write you a letter.
“She wants to give the painting to me,” he continued. Kindly pick it up and bring it to me. Beta, thank you very much! You write down where you live. You can anticipate receiving my letter. “India’s girls represent the nation’s promising future. My strength in serving the country comes from the love and sense of belonging I get from each and every one of you. For our daughters, we have aimed to create a nation that is safe, secure, and well-equipped,” the prime minister informed Thakur.
After noting the girl’s name and address, the staff members present took the sketch from her following the PM’s directions.
Later, in front of the sizable gathering of people on the street, PM Modi delivered a speech in which he harshly criticized the Congress administration. “Over the past five years, you have seen the failure of the Congress government. For the whole time, only Congress leaders’ bungalows, cars, and homes have been constructed.
When the Congress party was in power in Delhi, he stated that the party neglected the state. On the other hand, we have made every effort to further the state of Chhattisgarh. The BJP is constantly striving to improve the area. Our party wants to protect all marginalized, backward, and indigenous people. A BJP-supporting storm is building in Chhattisgarh, and Kanker is seeing a hint of it.
“Congress has given you poor and dilapidated schools and hospitals,” Prime Minister Modi stated. In a scathing critique of the current state administration, it has “created a new record of bribery in government offices.” “It is Modi’s pledge, and I am promising you this today that the work under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana will be expedited once the BJP government is formed in Chhattisgarh,” he continued.