Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Rajasthan, (Image: BJP/Twitter)
PM Modi lashed out at the Congress party at a function in Rajasthan’s Nathdwara town, which launched various infrastructure development projects in the state in the presence of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the ruling Congress government in Rajasthan, saying “some people” in the country have fallen prey to a perverted ideology which is so full of negativity that they do not want to see anything good in the country.
PM Modi, who launched various infrastructure development projects in the state in the presence of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, came down heavily on the Congress party at a function in Rajasthan’s Nathdwara town.
Launching a series of attacks against the Congress, PM Modi said the party should know that it will go to any extent to help stranded Indians.
He also criticized the Congress for playing politics during the COVID-19 crisis.
In a scathing attack on the ongoing tussle between CM Gehlot and his former deputy Sachin Pilot, Modi said, “In the last five years, instead of working for the people, they are fighting for the chief minister’s chair.” Modi said the Rajasthan chief minister “does not trust his MLAs and they are insulting each other,” adding that “an ugly form of politics is being played” in the state.
He also attacked the ruling government over the Jaipur serial bomb blasts case, in which all the accused were recently acquitted by the High Court. “The Jaipur blast victims are still waiting for justice,” he added.
“What is the biggest scam in all these years? This happened 50 years ago. That was the guarantee of ‘garibi hatao’, which was made by the Congress. The biggest scam in the history of independent India, a colossal betrayal of public sentiment, took place 50 years ago. ,
“Some people in the country have fallen prey to such perverted ideology; They are so full of negativity that they do not want to see anything good happen in the country. They only like to create controversy.”
According to the Prime Minister, those who are full of negativity lack both the vision and the ability to think beyond their selfish political interests. He said that history shows that in order to achieve sustainable and rapid development, it is necessary to set up modern infrastructure in addition to basic infrastructure.
“If sufficient number of medical colleges had already been formed, there would have been no dearth of doctors. Hitting out at the Gehlot-led Congress government, he said that if water had started coming to every house earlier, the Jal Jeevan Mission would not have to be started.
The statement came after Gehlot drew the prime minister’s attention to the pending projects, including granting national project status to the Dungarpur-Ratlam via Banswara rail line, Karauli-Saramthura rail line and the East Rajasthan Canal Project.
Gehlot also said that there should be respect for the opposition in a democracy and Prime Minister Modi will also “move in this direction”. Said.
The Prime Minister inaugurated and laid the foundation stones for infrastructure development projects worth more than Rs 5,500 crore. The event was attended by several dignitaries including Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra, Assembly Speaker CP Joshi, BJP state president and Chittorgarh MP Chandra Prakash Joshi, Rajsamand MP Diya Kumari, Banswara-Dungarpur MLA Kanakmal Katara, and Rajasthan’s PWD Minister Bhajan Lal Jatav.
The PM also visited Shrinathji temple in the town and offered prayers.
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