Source: News Bharati English24 Oct 2016 16:08:33

Mahoba, October 24: While addressing a rally at Bundelkhand in UP, PM Modi said that Uttar Pradesh should become Uttar Pradesh. PM showed the path of development to the people, PM Modi said that give BJP a chance and see the change in one of biggest state of the nation.  
Attacking the other parties in UP who are currently fighting over different family issues, PM said “Bundelkhand region is divided between UP and MP. In UP we have seen SP & BSP regimes. BJP has served in MP for a decade now”. He said.

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 “In UP there are those who are more bothered about family issues and there are those who only want power. SP, BSP...SP, BSP...their life goes on but not much changed for the people. When I met people from Bundelkhand in Gujarat, I would ask are you from MP or UP. Most of the people say we are from UP. But, BJP wants growth of UP. Give UP a Government that will enable record development in the state”, Modi further said.

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Citing the problems of agriculture, He said “If water is provided to the land of Bundelkhand, then the farmers will dig gold out of the soil. See the irrigation projects completed in MP's Bundelkhand. This made a positive difference in farmer's lives while UP farmer is unhappy”.

PM raised voice over the issues faced by Muslim women, “In the 21st century, guided by vote bank politics, some political parties are doing greatest injustice to Muslim women.  Central Government will do everything possible for the dignity of women. We are against discrimination on basis of gender”.

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He assured that Central Government will do everything possible for the dignity of women. We are against discrimination on basis of gender. He also urged the media to not mix the issue of triple talaq and politics.

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“My young friends, please think about your future and what is good for you in the times to come. Why do people from UP's Bundelkhand region leave their home? Because of the lack of jobs… he asked the people present on the occasion”.