On Tuesday, People across the Madhya Pradesh came to the capital city Bhopal in order to attend BJP’s worker’s convention at Jamboori Maidan. At the mega event, both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bhartiya Janta Party President Amit Shah addressed the gathering of the party workers.

The participants in the event also shared their views with the reporters regarding the ruling party and the achievements that have been made by the government in the previous years.

At the event, Akhilesh Pandey of Katni said that PM Narendra Modi has successfully created his niche as a statesman at international level. And the image that has been reflected through his achievements will benefit the party in the upcoming assembly and general elections. Talking about the various schemes presented by the NDA government, Pandey said that the schemes like Ayushuman Yojana, PM Housing Scheme, Smart Cities Project among others will provide an additional benefit to the party in the upcoming elections.

Another participant at the event Pravin Singh Maravi of Anuppur (Shahdol) conveyed that PM Modi holds the highest TRP among several other renowned PM candidates. He also added that the PM Awas Yojana and  Ujjwala Yojana being quite popular amongst the people will benefit the party to collect a good amount of votes.

On the other hand, Rakesh Goel of Indore said that the performance of PM Modi during the tenure was just excellent as he didn’t miss any opportunity which favored development in the country. He also said that “Schemes launched by him reflect his vision”.

Ashok Chauhan of Budani said, “PM Modi is a visionary. He maintained his image at a global level. Many schemes have been launched.” Neelesh Patel of Nasrullaganj said, “Modi is future of the country while CM Shivraj Singh is the future of MP. Tremendous development work has been done for the welfare of the common man. People are happy with Modi’s tenure as compared to Manmohan Singh who faced the brunt of public ire on all fronts.” Rupesh Singh of Sehore said, “During Congress regime, petrol increased from Rs43 to Rs 73 per liter but no one raised the voice against it. But now it has increased from Rs 73 per liter to Rs86 per liter. Congress is provoking the innocent people who are protesting over petrol and diesel price.”