PM Narendra Modi appealed to the party workers in Tamil Nadu to make first-time voters their first
New Delhi: Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections PM Narendra Modi has told the party workers to make first-
time voters their first priority as they are not interested in dynasty but development. PM Modi gave
these statements while interacting with BJP booth workers from five parliamentary constituencies in
Tamil Nadu. “The first-time voter isn’t interested in promises, he is interested in performance, first
-time voter isn’t interested in drama, he is interested in delivery,” he said.
Taking a jibe at the grand alliance PM Modi said that while the BJP is here to serve the country and to
empower the people but on the other side there are “opportunistic alliance, dynastic parties who only
want to build their own empire.
Calling the alliance against the BJP a ‘short-term’ arrangement PM Modi said it was only meant to
benefits the respective parties.
“Unlike other parties, we are not in politics to divide and rule and for building vote-bank. We are
here to serve the country in every way,” he said during an interaction with booth-level BJP “The
upcoming polls are important for the BJP and the country to further our development agenda,” PM Modi
was quoted by news agency PTI.
Modi’s comments came a day after the Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party and the Mayawati-led Bahujan
Samaj Party announced their seat-sharing agreement for the coming Lok Sabha polls in Uttar Pradesh in a
bid to challenge the saffron party. Both the parties will contest on 38 seats each while two seats will
be left for other parties. Apart from this, the SP-BSP alliance will not field any candidates from
Amethi and Raebareli – represented by Congress president Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi respectively.