PM to interact with people through video conference tomorrow: Tiwari
New Delhi: With campaigning for Lok Sabha 2019 in full swing, Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari addressed a press conference on Friday, announcing that Narendra Modi will be organising a conversation with the people of India on Sunday, as part of the "Main Bhi Chowkidar Hun" campaign. He said that Modi will be speaking to people at 500 different locations from the Talkatora Stadium in Delhi through a video conference.
Tiwari added that Modi has continuously worked for the development of all sections of society with the motto "Sabka saath, Sabka vikas" in mind. He said that this has resulted in widespread respect for him among the people of the nation. Tiwari mentioned several schemes brought by the Modi government in the last five years, such as the Saubhagya Yojana, Ujjwala Yojana, and the Swacch Bharat Mission.
"All sections of the country including doctors, engineers, lawyers, farmers, housewives, children, senior citizens, journalists, social institution, and especially the youth have connected with the #MainBhiChowkidarHun campaign and given a strong reply to the parties with negative politics," he said.
Speaking to journalists, the north-east Delhi MP said that it is Rahul Gandhi's nature to make baseless arguments. He said that under Gandhi's leadership, Congress has developed a habit of lying to citizens and abusing the country's Prime Minister.
Tiwari also levelled allegations against the INC and its President, saying they were the ones to introduce dynastic politics in the country and that every Congress leader despite promising to remove poverty, has ensured that the poor are removed instead.
Tiwari further said that citizens took offence when Rahul Gandhi called Narendra Modi 'chowkidar', and as a result have taken it upon themselves to say: "Haan Main Bhi Chowkidar Hun".