In the ongoing Lok Sabha elections campaign, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made scathing remarks against the Congress and the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), accusing them of exploiting social justice for political gains. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and other opposition leaders are also actively engaged in campaign activities across various states.

PM Modi’s Allegations Against Congress and RJD

Addressing a rally in Bihar’s Gaya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a blistering attack on the Congress and the RJD, alleging that they indulge in political maneuvering under the guise of social justice. Modi’s remarks underscore the intense political rhetoric characterizing the election campaign as parties vie for public support.

BJP’s Election Campaign

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is maintaining momentum in its election campaign, with PM Modi scheduled to address four rallies across three states today. In addition to Gaya, Modi will also speak at public meetings in Purnea (Bihar), Balurghat, and Raiganj (West Bengal), all crucial constituencies slated for the second phase of polling.

PM Modi’s Vision for the Country

In a recent interview with news agency ANI, PM Modi reiterated the BJP’s commitment to implementing ‘one nation, one election’ in India, as outlined in the party’s manifesto for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. He emphasized that his decisions are aimed at fostering the country’s overall development and urged citizens not to be apprehensive about his vision for India’s progress by 2047.

Opposition’s Campaign Activities

Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is set to address a rally in Palora, Jammu, followed by another event in Kotdwar, Uttarakhand. On the opposition front, AICC general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will lead a roadshow in Agartala in support of CPI(M) candidate Rajendra Reang. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is also scheduled to hold public meetings in various constituencies in Wayanad.

As the Lok Sabha elections gain momentum, political parties intensify their campaign efforts to sway voters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s allegations against the Congress and the RJD reflect the heightened political tensions surrounding issues of social justice and governance. Stay tuned to Atom for live updates on the election campaign and other breaking news developments.

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