Senior BJP and Congress leaders are camping in the state for the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. The central leadership of both the parties is constantly engaged in attracting the people by holding rallies in the state. Apart from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Congress National General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi, MP Rahul Gandhi and Congress president Mallikarjan Kharge are seen regularly holding public meetings in the state. In this regard, election visits of Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states are continuing in Madhya Pradesh’s election frenzy. Apart from Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel arrived on a visit to Madhya Pradesh.
Computational advantages of dual engine regime
Addressing a public rally in support of the BJP candidate at Dhamnod in Madhya Pradesh’s Ratlam district, Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupinder Patel on Tuesday said the advantage of a “dual-engine” government is that the respective state is freed from the Centre. More funds are available. Used for development work. Patel said Prime Minister Narendra Modi believes in ‘Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat’ and is keen on the development of all states.
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“State gets more money than Centre”
He said that there is a need to make Madhya Pradesh a developed state. The advantage of the ‘double engine’ government is that the state gets more money from the Centre, which can provide drinking water and electricity to every village and build good roads, he said. He said that the Shivraj Singh Chauhan government in Madhya Pradesh has increased the number of medical colleges from five to 25, which will train doctors to expand health services across the state.
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Under Prime Minister Modi’s leadership, Madhya Pradesh has gone from BIMARU to “bemisal” (unprecedented in terms of development), Patel said. “The state budget increased from Rs 23,000 crore to Rs 3 lakh crore, while per capita income rose to Rs 1.40 lakh, which was possible under the BJP government,” he said. Voting for the 230 seats of Madhya Pradesh will be held on November 17 and the counting of votes will take place on December 3.
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Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel