PM Narendra Modi says Congress feels only one family won India's freedom

Postado Dezembro 06, 2017

Prime Minister said that the Congress has done great injustice to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and Sardar Patel, even making it hard for Dr Ambedkar to join the Constituent Assembly. "When Pandit Nehru's influence on the Congress was complete, the Congress ensured that Dr. Ambedkar found it tough to join the Constituent Assembly", the PM added. He said that the BJP government had ended the Tanker raj in the Dhandhuka, which was firmly in the hands of Congress leaders and their families. One such word is curfew. He stated that law and order situation has improved tremendously under the BJP governments over the last two decades. "Our Government worked for tribal welfare, ensured better education and healthcare", the Prime Minister said. "Our aim is to make our youth self-reliant". "Newspapers commented that Modi will remain silent because of UP polls", he said. "Everything is not about elections. This issue is for the rights of women... elections come later, humanity comes first". When I took over as CM, people told me school dropout rates in this part are high. "(BJP demands that the Shri Ramjanmabhoomi case should be heard at the earliest, the Supreme Court should decide on it fast, and a grand Ram Mandir built at the site)". Why does he have to link Ram Mandir with elections? "Is such thinking proper?" These voters in UP municipal elections turned to Bahujan Samajwadi Party as a more reliable alternative in comparison to the opportunistic swings of the Congress. "They are least bothered about the nation".

PM Modi is very active on Twitter and tweet nearly every day. The campaigns scheduled for 5 Dec were canceled due to the Cyclone Ockhi's expected landfall. Launching a scathing attack on Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, BJP President Amit Shah likened the Congress Party's demand for proof of the 2016 surgical strike with questioning the valour of the Indian army.

Other BJP star campaigners including party president Amit Shah, Union Ministers Smriti Irani, Uma Bharti, Parsottam Rupala and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath are also canvassing for votes today.