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Rajnath Singh bats for ‘One Nation, One Election’ at Bikaner rally


JAIPUR: Union minister

Rajnath Singh

, in his inaugural election rally in Rajasthan’s Bikaner on Sunday, advocated for the implementation of ‘One Nation, One Election’ to fortify

democracy in India

. He stressed the need for streamlining the electoral process to prevent frequent elections, from panchayat to Parliament, which occur one after another.
“I feel that people will support us in implementing ‘One Nation, One Election’, for which PM

Narendra Modi

has taken the initiative by forming a committee under former President

Ram Nath Kovind

…,” Singh said while seeking support for his Cabinet colleague and party candidate

Arjun Ram Meghwal



defence minister

highlighted the efforts of Modi’s tenure, stating: “In the past ten years, I have been visiting foreign countries, and I’ve observed a significant change. Previously, Indian views were not taken seriously by world leaders, but now they pay full attention to India’s voice. They see India with hope and believe that the next century belongs to India. This credit goes to PM Narendra Modi.”
Dismissing the notion of BJP being embroiled in

Hindu-Muslim disputes

, Singh pointed out that five Islamic nations have conferred their highest civilian awards upon PM Modi.

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