PM Modi Launches UP Election Campaign from Meerut, Sets Anti-Corruption Agenda

Prime Minister Modi Delivers Strong Message, Calls for Action Against Corruption

PM Modi Launches UP Election Campaign from Meerut, Sets Anti-Corruption Agenda

Lucknow, 31 March - Prime Minister Narendra Modi kickstarted the election campaign in Uttar Pradesh from Meerut on Sunday, setting a strong anti-corruption agenda. Addressing a public meeting at Krantidhara in Meerut, Modi highlighted the achievements of his government over the past ten years and launched a scathing attack on the opposition.

Modi emphasized the government's achievements, including the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, the triple talaq law, the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, the Nari Shakti Vandan Act, and the One Rank One Pension Scheme for soldiers. He made it clear that corruption would be a significant issue in the elections and promised to continue to corner the opposition on this issue.

The Prime Minister took a strong stance against corruption, stating, "Modi's guarantee says remove corruption, while they say save the corrupt. This election is a fight between two camps - those who want to save the corrupt and the NDA, which wants to eliminate corruption."

Highlighting the government's efforts to combat corruption, Modi said, "Big corrupt people are behind bars. Even the Supreme Court is not granting bail, and many big corrupt people have to appear in court. If the record of the property seized by ED is found to be yours, Modi will get it back for you."

Modi urged the public to vote in large numbers on April 19 and 26, saying, "Cross 400 for a developed India, youth opportunity, women empowerment, and to send corrupt people to jail." He concluded by appealing to the gathering to spread the message that "Modi had come to Meerut and has sent greetings to you."