New Delhi | Accusing the Congress of creating hurdles in the path of national development, BJP today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is delivering despite Opposition’s negativity. The BJP also said Opposition’s repeated anti-government campaigns mirrored their complete frustration over sustained growth of India under Modi’s stewardship.
Despite all the hurdles being created by the anti-development and anti-poor opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has delivered results and is taking the country forward. Where on the one hand world leaders are lauding PM’s leadership and India’s growth story, Congress leaders are playing politics of lies and deceit for their petty selfish gains, BJP national secretary Shrikant Sharma alleged. He said the Modi government has performed well in 2015 despite the atmosphere of negativity being bred by the Opposition which continues to stall Parliament and block key reform bills.
PM Modi and his Government have performed well during 2015 despite Opposition’s repeated campaigns to defame the Government and the country. Key reform legislations have been stalled by those who are themselves mired in corruption. Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are facing corruption charges in court but continue to level baseless accusations on the government to deflect attention from their own failures, Sharma alleged.
The BJP leader attacked Congress governments in states like Kerala and Himachal, where Chief Ministers Oomen Chandy and Virbhadra Singh respectively were embroiled in corruption, and Modi’s others detractors. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is playing vote bank politics, and in Bihar, the law and order machinery has crumbled with CM Nitish Kumar succumbing to Lalu Prasad’s pressure, Sharma said.
He also took on the opposition saying Modi government had through its performance silenced those who have been repeatedly asking what happened to the promise of good days. We have answered our critics with our performance by launching various initiatives like Mudra Bank, Start up India, reduction in medicine prices, crop insurance, transparent coal and spectrum allocations, and zero tolerance to terrorism Sharma added.
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