The Future Belongs to India

Hawda, May 15
: Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma stated that witnessing India’s emergence as a global power, other nations are feeling unsettled. He remarked that the forthcoming era belongs to India, and all nations are seeing it as their friend. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the country is making comprehensive progress. Thanks to PM Modi’s adept leadership, India has risen above the fifth position in terms of economic perspective, reaching the eleventh spot, and is poised to reach the third position in the coming two years. Sharma expressed confidence that the day is not far when India will become the number one country in the world economically, under Prime Minister Ji’s leadership.

Chief Minister Sharma addressed the gathering at the Pravasi Rajasthani Sammelan in Hawda, West Bengal. He noted incidents of violence and unrest during the tenure of the TMC government in West Bengal. Recently, West Bengal witnessed atrocities against women, a result of the appeasement policy of the TMC government.

Sharma highlighted that West Bengal is the land of Swami Vivekananda and Rabindranath Tagore, rich in nationalist sentiments. He praised the contribution of the brave son of this land, Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, who dedicated himself to serving the people during the struggle for independence.

The Chief Minister emphasized that over the past decade, the country has overcome the shadows of terrorism and Naxalism, surging ahead.

Sharma mentioned the recent elections in Rajasthan, where the Rajasthanis settled elsewhere supported the BJP, leading to the formation of the government in the state assembly. Similarly, in the parliamentary elections, BJP candidate Rathin Nath Chakravarti emerged victorious with a significant majority, ensuring Prime Minister Modi’s third term. He invited the Rajasthanis settled outside to invest in Rajasthan, assuring them that the government would fully support their aspirations.

The Chief Minister was accorded a grand welcome upon his arrival in West Bengal, where people showered him with flowers. Women, youth, and children present at the conference enthusiastically took selfies with the Chief Minister.

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