Rohtak | Jagran News Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched BJP’s poll campaign in Haryana and said, “it’s clear on who will have the blessing in the state.” Haryana is slated to go for assembly polls in October this year.

Addressing the rally, the Prime Minister said, “Haryana has benefitted well from the state-Centre BJP double engine, several more development projects in the anvil.”

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In Rohtak, PM Modi also thanked the people Haryana for ensuring BJP’s victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.

"To get 55 per cent vote is a great sign of people's support and trust. It is a great honour. The people of Haryana have given more than I asked for," said PM Modi.

“This is the third time in the past few months that I am visiting Rohtak. This time I am here to ask for more support. And Rohtak has always given me more than what I asked for,” he added.

He also spoke about the achievements of the Manoharlal Khattar government and said, "In the last five years, Haryana has seen state, centre double engine advantage. Projects worth 25,000 crore are being worked upon in the state. Of these, projects worth Rs. 2000 crore have already been launched".

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Speaking about the parliament session, PM Modi thanked all parties for a successful budget session and said that the country witnessed some big changes in the last 100 days of the new government.

"Whatever big decisions were taken, it is in your favour... triple talaq, health sector laws, and many steps are being taken to strengthen the economy... be it Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh or the water problem, people have started looking for solutions," said PM Modi. 

He also attacked former Congress president Rahul Gandhi and said that the grand old party is still trying to get over from its internal crisis.

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"Some people can't understand. They are so disappointed by their defeat in elections... they are silent," he said while taking a dig at Congress. 

The Rohtak rally is a culmination of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar's 'Jan Ashirwad Yatra', which began last month in Kalka. The BJP chose to hold the rally in Rohtak, which is considered to be the bastion of veteran Congress leader and former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

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