In a video message ahead of elections in Karnataka on Wednesday, he credited the BJP government’s “decisive, focused and futuristic approach” for contributing to the development of the state.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that India’s attempt to join the world’s top three economies from the current fifth is only possible if Karnataka’s development accelerates. He credited the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government’s “decisive, focused and futuristic approach” for contributing significantly to the state’s development and economy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi BJP will remain committed to ensure a bright future for the state and its people. In a video message ahead of the elections in Karnataka on Wednesday, he urged people to vote. He said that the performance and decisions of the central and state BJP governments have put Karnataka on the path to become the number 1 state in all fields.
He said the BJP is committed to making Karnataka the No. 1 state in “investment, industry and innovation” and a top destination for “education, entrepreneurship and employment”.
He mentioned the investment attracted by the state in the last 3.5 years of the tenure of the BJP government. Modi said that the state received FDI worth ₹90,000 crore annually even during the Covid pandemic under BJP rule. He added that it was almost three times the investment under the previous government.
He promised better infrastructure, better transport and better quality of life for people in villages and cities. Modi added that there should be new opportunities for women and youth.
“For all this, the BJP government will work with full commitment and sincerity…When we set a goal together, no power on earth can stop us from achieving that goal. So I seek your support and blessings to make Karnataka the number one state in the country. I urge you all to come and vote on May 10. I request you for the bright future of Karnataka and future generations.”
Campaigning for the May 10 election ended on Monday. Modi led the BJP’s campaign as the party seeks to retain power in the state even as it is locked in a tight battle with the Congress.