Maharashtra, Haryana people have reposed trust in BJP, its chief ministers: PM Modi

PM Modi on Oct 24 stated that people of Maharashtra and Haryana have reposed their trust in chief ministers of the two states and remarked that they will work even harder in the next five years to serve them.

The PM described the party’s performance in Haryana, where it failed to win a majority, as “unprecedented” as he noted that its vote share had gone up to 36% in the assembly election from 33% in 2014, The PM said while Addressing party workers at the BJP headquarter.

The PM, When governments often lose power after five years, it is remarkable that BJP dispensations in Maharashtra and Haryana have been given a fresh mandate for five years. Praising the leadership of Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis & his Haryana counterpart Manohar Lal Khattar.

The PM said that they have run clean administrations and won the trust of the people despite having no prior administrative experience when they took over in 2014.

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In Maharashtra, CM has completed full term for the first time in 50 years and added that political stability is a must for an economically important state like it.  The BJP-run states work “seamlessly” to implement central schemes while the opposition-ruled states are busier in renaming them, The PM asserted.

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