Amidst the Lok Sabha election season when all the parties were striving to cover maximum rallies and conferences to spread their agenda and urge the voters to cast their vote in the favor of a particular political party, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been expeditious in embedding his objectives among the masses by successfully managing more than hundreds of visits and conferences throughout the country.
With a vision of forming the government in 2019 Lok Sabha elections and emerging victorious with the majority, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has held around 200 programmes out of which mostly were electoral nature. Long before the election campaigning started, Narendra Modi was first in the family to hold electoral campaigns.
According to the information provided by the official website of Narendra Modi, since December 25, he has covered all 27 states and union territories to unfurl his aspirations of New India.
A statement from his official website reads that he has joined 30 programmes in the capital itself. Cabinet meetings have been a routine since the beginning of the year. It added, “This adds to the unique glimpse of the working style and multi-tasking abilities of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”
The meeting and visits that were held before the enforcement of the Model Code of Conduct laid emphasis on the infra projects and sectors like energy and agriculture. These visits were made to Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, and Tripura.
The NDA-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government announced two marquee scheme on February 1- the Pradhan Matri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana that provides monetary support to the farmers of the country. The scheme was launched in Gorakhpur on February 24.
The second scheme, the Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Man Dhan Yojana that targets at assuring the monthly pension to the unorganized sector of the country was launched in Ahmedabad on March 5.
The official website of Narendra Modi claims that he is the first Prime Minister in years to visit the Kumbh Mela in Prayagraj.
In December 2018, PM Modi paid tribute to the freedom fighter Veer Savarkar on the shores of the Port Blair. A month later he paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his death anniversary. He attended Gujarat’s Dandi to inaugurate the State-of-the-art Salt Satyagraha Memorial and Museum.
He visited his parliamentary constituency, Varanasi five times. He is contesting the 2019 Lok Sabha elections from Varanasi against Ajay Rai of Congress.
His official website also said that “It has been 70 years since any political party or politician thought of a grand National War Memorial as a tribute to our brave hearts martyred in the line of duty. It was Prime Minister Narendra Modi who took this decision and in no time, a grand memorial was ready.”
Apart from this, PM Modi has campaigned in parliamentary constituencies of various states including Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, and others.
Citing out some time, PM Modi has not lagged behind in addressing the public of the dangers they follow if any other party comes to rule. Keeping Terrorism as its key point in the address, PM Modi has addressed innumerable rallies and urged the voters to vote for his party.
Keeping his eyes at every point, Narendra Modi has participated in religious events to make his agenda clear. Recently he participated in the Ganga Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat in Varanasi on April 25. He also addressed the rally in Kashi on the same day.
Tightening the competition for the opposition, PM Modi spares time for interviews to not lose the touch of media and be in “the talks”. His latest apolitical interview with the actor Akshay Kumar grabbed all media limelight where he expressed his daily life and his likings on the national television.
The ongoing Lok Sabha elections in the country are witnessing polling in seven phases. The first four phases were held on April 11, April 18, April 23, and April 29. The remaining three phases will be held on May 6, May 12, and May 19. The results for the Lok Sabha elections will be announced on May 23.