Narendra Modi holds first public commitment in Kerala's Guruvayur since poll win; state as dear to me as Varanasi
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Narendra Modi holds first public commitment in Kerala's Guruvayur since poll win; state as dear to me as Varanasi

 
After winning the massive mandate in the election 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday said political groups and pundits neglected to measure the open state of mind in front of the Lok Sabha decision and expressed gratitude toward the electorate for resting trust in the saffron party.

 
 
 
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In his first open commitment after won the election by 30 seats against the opposition parties, and holding power for a progressive term, Modi said he made Kerala his first stop after the success regardless of having no MP from the state since it was as dear to him as his voting demographic Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh.
 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Lord Krishna temple IN Guruvayur, Kerala
 
Naming the simply finished up Lok Sabha decision a "festival of democracy," Modi commended and said thanks to the electorate of Kerala for their commitment to it. The nation has seen that "peoples are God" in the election, he said at the 'Abhinandan Sabha' composed by the BJP's Kerala unit.

 Firstly, he offered prayer at the popular Lord Krishna temple. "Political groups and pundits couldn't check peoples' state of mind. So did those engaged in poll survey. Be that as it may, people give strong support to the BJP," he said and expressed gratitude toward the voters for voting his party.
 
The ongoing surveys demonstrated that peoples rejected "negativity" and supported positivity, he said. "The 2019 Lok Sabha decisions denoted a victory of acceptances of positivity and a resonating dismissal of negativity. With this spirit, let all of us cooperate to develop a new India," Modi said.
 
The PM Modi announcement accept noteworthiness after Congress president Rahul Gandhi resuscitating his assault on Modi blaming him and the BJP for spreading "hatred or intolerance" in the nation.
 
"Modi may have cash. He may have media close by... He may have rich companions with him yet the Congress parties will keep on battling against the intolerance made by the BJP," Gandhi had said Friday holding a roadshow in his Wayanad Lok Sabha voting public to thank voters for choosing him.
 
On making Kerala his first stop post the Lok Sabha surveys win, Modi said some would have even asked why he picked the southern state in spite of the BJP "not opening its record" from here in parliament.
 
"I come to Kerala with a profound feeling of appreciation to the people," the prime minister stated, including "Truly, our parties did not win a seat here but rather I will serve the state with extraordinary energy and extend the bond with its brilliant natives."

 
 
 
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Modi wore conventional Kerala dress during his first visit to the state in the wake of expecting the charge as a leader for a second back to back term. He said a chosen head is common to all.
 
"Elections have their place in majority rule government and it is the obligation of the inner to deal with the 130 crore people. Those who made us win or those who did not, both are ours. Kerala is as dear to me as Varanasi," Modi said.
 
Modi said the BJP isn't working for insignificant appointive governmental issues and is enthused about structure the nation and guaranteeing that India gets its place of pride in the world.
 
"We are not in politics to just frame a government. We are here to serve the general population of the nation. People selected their 'jan pratinidhi' for 5 years, however, we are 'jan sevak', focused on serving the general population deep-rooted," Modi said.
 
On the Nipah infection issue, he said the Center was working "shoulder-to-shoulder" with the Kerala government to give all needed support. "Instances of Nipah infection have surfaced in Kerala. I guarantee the Center's full help to the state government and the population of Kerala with respect to all offices required to handle the circumstance. The state and Center will work shoulder-to-shoulder to battle the spread of Nipah infection," he said.
 
Asking the Janta not to panic, the PM Modi likewise said the Center was checking the circumstance intently. In his words with Kerala, Modi tried to bring enthusiastic connection the people of his home state Gujarat have with the places of noteworthiness with Lord Krishna including Dwarka, Guruvayur and Udupi.
 
"I have an opportunity to result in these present circumstances place that is known for Guruvayur by and by. This is a wellspring of motivation," he said in his speech made not long after in the wake of offering prayer at popular Lord Krishna temple. The leader said his administration has made a different service for fishermen or animal husbandry to reinforce the economy of the nation's coastal or rural areas.
 
He likewise said the administration has chosen to run an immunization drive the nation over for animals to dispose of afflictions like the foot and mouth diseases. Modi encouraged the CPM-drove LDF government in Kerala to actualize his administration's lead wellbeing activity, Ayushman Bharat.
 
Later in the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for the Maldives from the Cochin International Airport, a Kerala government authority said.

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