‘Thanks to people of DK for turning out in record numbers for roadshow’


Team Udayavani, Apr 15, 2024, 8:46 AM IST

Mangaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended gratitude to the people of Mangaluru and Dakshina Kannada “for turning out in record numbers” for his roadshow on Sunday.

Taking to X PM Modi wrote, “My gratitude to the people of Mangaluru and Dakshina Kannada Parliamentary constituency for turning out in record numbers during today’s roadshow. This part of Karnataka and our Party have a very strong bond. People have blessed us for years, as they relate to our ideology of good governance and our efforts in preserving as well as celebrating our ancient culture.”

“Our Sankalp Patra, which was released today, has a lot of interesting points which will boost development of Mangaluru, especially in areas like urban development, ‘Ease of Living’ and more. The vision presented in sectors like fisheries will transform the coastal economy,” he added.

“Dakshina Kannada cannot afford to vote for Congress, which is immersed in vote bank politics and dividing people. The Congress government in Karnataka is busy in factionalism, looting public money and stalling development. They also have no understanding of Karnataka’s culture,” Modi wrote.

PM Modi held a mega roadshow in Karnataka’s Mangaluru on Sunday evening in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections.
The roadshow was organised on a 2-kilometre stretch from Brahmasri Narayan Guru Circle (Lady Hill Circle) to Navabharat Circle in Mangaluru.

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