PM Modi, who roared in Haryana, said- 'Water of farmers' rights will not go to Pakistan'

Chandigarh: With the announcement of the assembly elections schedule, all political parties have started campaigning for their candidates. At the same time, PM Modi is also campaigning for the BJP. Addressing an election rally in Haryana, PM Modi said that I have been in Haryana for two days. The wind's stance is clearly known. The people here have decided that the BJP should serve Haryana again.

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PM Modi further said that the BJP with two or three seats in the state has come to power in Haryana for the second consecutive time today due to the blessings and love of all of you. Today, the people of Haryana are putting a stamp on purity, hard work and honesty. PM Modi said, 'In Haryana, I do not come for the election meeting, nor do I come here to campaign nor do I ask for votes here.' PM Modi said, 'Haryana draws me, you have given me so much love.'

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PM Modi said, 'I come to Haryana to seek blessings from you guys and bow to you. I get energy from here.' PM Modi said that the canals of Haryana which had no water have also reached the water. Water for the rights of the farmers of India used to go to Pakistan for 70 years, Modi will stop it and bring it to your home. Work has started on this. The farmers of this country are entitled to this.

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