Modi Visits Kerala and AP States Post Election Period
Modi’s visit to Kerala and Andhra Pradesh states have sent a very clear message to the local people of both states. It is believed that his visit to these states was done right after the post-election period to help overcome the heat developed at the time of the election campaign.
In the past Lok Sabha elections 2019, BJP had to face defeat in both states. Even if this was the case, still PM Narendra Modi had paid a visit to these states. PM managed to offer his prayers and to take blessings at Guruvayoor temples. Later on, he traveled to the Maldives and Sri Lanka.
As per updates, PM had over 25 distinct schedules in his itinerary at the time of his visit. During his visit, PM was consistently focusing on relaying his message of “Sabka Saath and Sabka Vikas” to the local people. Apart from this, PM also stressed on implementing a better governance system statewide coming tenure. He promised that the government would surely work to help meet all possible expectations of the voters.
PM also addressed a small thanksgiving rally organized on 9th June in Tirupati. While addressing the local people, PM promised to offer all possible assistance to the people of the state. He also stressed that everything would be done for helping AP state with implementing developmental projects.
He promised that all possible assistance would be provided to the state government for different projects at the time of implementation. CM Jagan Mohan Reddy was also accompanying PM during the rally session. He made his statement clear that the people of AP and Kerala have high hopes from the present Modi government.