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Pratima praises PM’s doorstep delivery of Govt benefits, calls for support in upcoming Polls


By TC News Desk

Agartala, 9th April 2024:  In a public gathering held in Kalikrishnanagar of Dhanpur today, Union Minister Pratima Bhowmik lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proactive approach in delivering government facilities directly to the people’s doorsteps. Reflecting on the era of communist marches for government benefits, Bhowmik emphasized the stark contrast in the current administration’s method of governance.

Highlighting the significant strides made under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, Bhowmik stated that social allowances have seen a notable increase from 700 to 2000 rupees during the tenure of the Modi-led government. Furthermore, she underscored the effective implementation of various central and state government schemes, ensuring their accessibility to every stratum of society.

Expressing her unwavering support for Prime Minister Modi, Bhowmik urged the electorate to exercise their right to vote in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. She emphasized the importance of re-electing Prime Minister Modi for a third term, citing his vision for building a resilient and prosperous nation in the future.

With her remarks resonating with the audience, Bhowmik’s endorsement of Prime Minister Modi’s governance model and call for electoral support underscored the ongoing political dynamics in the region, setting the stage for fervent campaigning ahead of the elections.

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