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Today’s hat-trick guarantees hat-trick of 2024: PM Modi

Today’s hat-trick guarantees hat-trick of 2024: PM Modi

New Delhi, Dec 03 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the hat-trick of Assembly poll wins on Sunday has given the BJP the guarantee of making a hat-trick of Lok Sabha victories in the general elections next year.
"Today’s hat-trick has given the guarantee for the hat-trick of 2024," the Prime Minister said some hours after the BJP raced to victories in three key Hindi heartland states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chattisgarh. The BJP-led NDA won the two previous Lok Sabha polls in 2014 and 2019 and would score a hat-trick of wins if they triumph in the general elections of 2014.

Addressing the party workers and leaders at the party headquarters, he said, "The BJP doesn’t make empty promises, rather it ensures delivery and performance."
"Voters of India know what’s a selfish pursuit, and what works for the betterment of the nation" he said.
Modi said the Assembly election results have ushered in an atmosphere of positivity..and asked party workers to keep up the energy and momentum.
Slamming Congress for playing the politics of nepotism, he said, "Today’s mandate has also proven that there is no place for corruption, division and dynasticism in the hearts of the people of the country."
Giving credit to women for this victory, the Prime Minister described "Nari Shakti" as a significant pillar of strength for the BJP. "In these elections, the nari shakti of the nation took it upon itself to bless us," he said.
"Today, every poor person, every adivasi brother or sister, every farmer is happy that they have emerged victorious. Today, every citizen who wants to see India as a developed nation in 2047 has emerged successful," he added.
Thanking the people of MP, Chattisgarh and Rajasthan for voting for BJP, he said "Today is an unprecedented day…the ideology of Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas have won.
"Honesty and transparency have emerged victorious," he added. UNI JA SSP

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