New Delhi: Post the Sikar rally in Rajasthan on Friday, PM Modi stood in his 103rd rally since Lok Sabha Elections were announced on March 20. In the rally he mocked Congress’s remark over surgical strike during his tenure.
Leading from the front to bring back BJP to power, PM Modi held over 200 programmes across 27 states and Union Territories in the last 125 days, including frequent visits to his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi. PM Modi joined 30 programmes in Delhi, including 14 cabinet meetings this year. What grabbed the eyes of everyone about these programmes was the diversity — from students to scientists, farmers to entrepreneurs, foreign heads of state to party workers, PM Modi focused on all.
In a recent tweet by PM Modi on Friday he said, “Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Jamnagar to Silchar…you would enjoy reading this article on the extent and diversity of my travels over the last 125 days, and how they give me strength to serve 130 crore Indians.”
He visited his Lok Sabha constituency five times and on International Women Day, Modi interacted with numerous women and self-help groups in Varanasi.
Numerous projects have been launched in Varanasi since Modi became the MP but the one that stands out is the Kashi Vishwanath Dham project, which aims to improve infrastructure at the Kashi Vishwanath temple. One of the most attractive aspects of the project is the refurbishment of hundreds of temples in the area around the Vishwanath temple that were hidden in houses. The project also envisions connecting the Ganga with the Kashi Vishwanath temple.
Modi also connected with BJP workers through technology and commenced the ‘Mera Booth, Sabse Mazboot’ interactions.