Narendra Modi was unforgiving in criticizing Congress in Parliament on issues ranging from ‘dynasty politics’, ‘scams’, ‘negligent governance’ to problems created due to ‘hasty’ bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh which wants special status. However, he also reached out to the Opposition on suggestions for making schemes like Ayushman Bharat a success.
He claimed the real NPAs were 82% and not 36%, as the previous Congress-led regime “had wrongly claimed” and that the total advance made by banks rose from Rs 18 lakh crore to Rs 52 lakh crore.
He also addressed several issues from the past blaming congress for the mess created in the history. ‘How can one of the leaders say India got democracy due to Pandit Nehru and Congress party? Is this their reading of India’s history? What arrogance is this?’
Country is suffering due to the ‘wrong’ policies of Congress since Independence; party spent time singing paeans to one family instead of focusing on people’s welfare.
On Kashmir PM said: Had Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel been the first PM, a part of Kashmir would not have been under control of Pakistan.
According to the reports, PM Narendra Modi would visit Tripura twice to hold meetings after assembly elections. First, he would visit Tripura on 8th February; there he would address public meetings in Santirbazar and Kailashahar in Unakoti and South Tripura district respectively. After 8th Feb, he would again visit Tripura on 15th February to address a meeting in Agartala.
The BJP’s party national president Amit Shah would be in Tripura for a week to work in the favor of the BJP-Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT) alliance. The results of the election that would be held on 18th Feb 2018 will be out on 3rd March.
The state BJP chief said –
“From Agartala, Mr. Shah would also visit Meghalaya and Nagaland, where Assembly polls would be held on February 27.”
Apart from Modi and Amit Shah, other BJP leaders including external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath ad Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi would also show their presence in the campaigning.
Yesterday, President Ram Nath Kovind addressed in Parliament the Center’s assessment of policies and it seems that he has provided ‘India Shining Moment’ as Modi’s government is at the end of their 5-year tenure. The President also claimed that during his tenure the inequalities have been reduced to the half in the last few years, he also initiated the Jan Dhan bank accounts to economy involvement.
The President clearly indicated that the government is entering ‘India Shining ‘bubble just a year before the Lok Sabha election campaign. Besides this, on Monday on Monday morning PM Mr. Modi also met both NDA and BJP’s leaders. He reportedly asked the NDA leaders to work in creating the environment in favor of Lok Sabha and Assembly polls –a BJP ally said.
The sources said – The BJP-led NDA also passed a resolution hailing Modi for his speech in the World Economic Forum in Davos and the presence of heads of ten ASEAN countries as chief guests at the Republic Day parade.
The NDA meeting was then followed by a meeting of the BJP Party executive in which Amit Shah focused on the need for the presence of MP’s in parliament to assist the government during the session.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Sunday said India’s economy has become the fastest-growing in the world since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over and that it was in a state of paralysis during the previous United Progressive Alliance (UPA) rule.
He said that recognising the potential of the youth of the country, the government has launched schemes like Start-up India, Stand-up India and Skill India to provide forum to them. After Modi came to power in 2014, the country started developing rapidly, while in the 10 years prior to the NDA rule, it (development) was stranded and the economic system had got paralyzed, Shah said while addressing a function in Bhopal to distribute certificates to meritorious students.
On Wednesday, PM Narendra Modi sent out congratulatory note on twitter to BJP Chief Amit Shah and Union Minister Smriti Irani on being voted to Rajya Sabha from Gujarat.
Both Shah and Irani have made their debut into the upper house, polls for which were carried out yesterday.
PM Modi tweeted, “Congratulations to BJP President @AmitShah & ministerial colleague @smritiirani on getting elected to the Rajya Sabha from Gujarat”.
Shri Modi also congratulated Shah upon completion of 3 years as the BJP President.
He tweeted, “Congratulations to Shri @AmitShah on completing 3 successful years as @BJP4India President”.
Modi mentioned that under Shah’s leadership, the saffron party BJP’s base has expanded in many areas and that he has made diligent efforts for building the nation.