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Development in Himachal Pradesh possible as people voted BJP to power both in state, Centre: PM Modi

Updated on: 27 October,2022 01:12 PM IST  |  Bilaspur
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Development in Himachal Pradesh, he said, has been possible as people have voted the BJP to power both at the Centre and in the state

Development in Himachal Pradesh possible as people voted BJP to power both in state, Centre: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the launch of developmental initiatives at Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh. Pic/PTI


Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that previous governments used to lay stones and forget about completing projects after polls but his government lays stones and also inaugurates projects.


Development in Himachal Pradesh, he said, has been possible as people have voted the BJP to power both at the Centre and in the state.



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Addressing a public meeting at Luhnu ground after inaugurating AIIMS and Hydro Engineering College, PM Modi said Himachal Pradesh plays crucial role in 'rashtra raksha' (saving nation) and now with AIIMS at Bilaspur, it will also play a pivotal role in 'jeevan raksha' (saving lives).

The prime minister's rally here comes ahead of assembly elections in the state which are slated to be held within the next two months.

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