New Delhi: Ahead of the voting in Himachal Pradesh on November 12, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written a letter to the voters of the state appealing for record voting. In the letter, he said that with their vote to the Bharatiya Janata Party, his strength will increase.
This letter will be distributed door-to-door in every assembly constituency in the state so that every voter of Devbhoomi gets Modi’s message. To reach every Himachal voter, the BJP leadership has entrusted the responsibility to the BJP Mandal in-charge and this is being coordinated at district-level.
In the letter, Modi has appealed the people to vote for the BJP. Modi has written that their vote to the BJP will strengthen him. He further wrote in the letter that serving Himachal is like serving Mother India. Many youths of Himachal have made sacrifices for the country, he wrote, double engine government is doing very well in Himachal.
Referring to his association with Devbhoomi, the Prime Minister has written that he had lived in Himachal for many years. He said that it is his lifelong obligation to be in continuous service of Himachal to clear this debt. The Prime Minister has written that he wanted to bow down to them for their continuous blessings and love.
Modi has written in the letter that BJP considers Himachal Pradesh as the land of India’s faith, spirituality and culture.
He has further written that in the last years, the double engine government has worked rapidly for the development of the entire state and especially the border areas of Himachal which were neglected for decades. I want to see this development campaign reach as high as the peak of the Himalayas. My most special request to you is that this journey of the development of Devbhoomi should continue like this in the years to come.
Describing the benefits of having a BJP government at the Centre and in the state, Modi has written that after the formation of a double engine government in Himachal, to make the lives of the mothers and sisters of the state easier, schemes such as Ujjwala Yojana, construction of toilets and providing water to every household were launched. Today the mountains are becoming centres of progress and tourism instead of migration and trouble, he wrote.