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BJP will protect our country: Nalin


Team Udayavani, Apr 8, 2019, 11:15 AM IST

Mangaluru: “People should vote for BJP for the protection of the country and for the development of the district,” said incumbent MP of Dakshina Kannada Nalin Kumar Kateel at a public met organised at Naguri on Sunday April 7th.

“New voters and students want to re-elect Modi as the prime minister of the country. Hence, BJP will secure more seats and be voted to power,” he claimed and added that he was seeking the blessings of the voters for the third time.

Before the public meet, a rally was organised from Pumpwell Circle to Naguri to mark the programme ‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’ which was participated by scores of BJP supporters and activists screaming slogans in favour of BJP and Modi.

‘Vishwa Guru’

The MP later addressed an ‘intellectuals meet; organised at Sudheendra Sabha Bhavan in Dongarakeri and said that the country can become ‘Vishwa Guru’ only under the leadership on Modi. Therefore it is the responsibility of the people to re-elect Modi as the prime minister again.

”We should protect our culture. The spiritual power, rich culture and traditions of our country jave reached its peak during the regime of Modi. Yoga has received global recognition. The power of our forces has been revealed in the recent days. This was all possible only because of Modi,” he claimed.

The MP informed that over 150 different schemes like Ujwala, Ayshman, Digital India and others have benefitted the people. He also claimed that in the last five years, he had succeeded in bringing developmental works to the tune of Rs 16,520 crore.

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