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Why were Congress-JD(S) leaders shedding tears for Pakistan when we attacked its terrorist camps while the entire world was standing besides us: PM Modi in Karnataka
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Taking on the ruling Congress-JD(S) combine in the state for their questionable stands on national security, PM Modi said, “The entire country witnessed how we responded strongly and attacked terrorist camps in Pakistan recently. While it is natural that Pakistan was hurt but what was more surprising is how Congress and JD(S) leaders were shedding tears for Pakistan instead of proudly appreciating the valour of our armed forces.

Some of them were even busy in passing resolutions condemning our strong action against Pakistan while the whole world was standing besides us. I wonder why they were so upset. Do they have vote-banks in Pakistan or in India? ”

Highlighting the importance of the coming Lok Sabha elections in deciding the future of the country, Prime Minister Modi said, “The upcoming elections are not about electing MPs or the Prime Minister of the country rather they are about electing a strong government that puts the welfare of its people first. The best example can be seen from Karnataka itself where nobody actually knows who is running the government because both these parties that formed an opportunist alliance in Karnataka to grab power are now busy handling and out-maneuvering each other.” 

Contrasting the politics of the BJP and Congress, PM Modi described, “While Opposition parties like JD(S) and Congress are busy in politics of appeasement, division and vote-banks, BJP on the other hand, has redefined and implemented the politics of development that rises beyond caste or communal identities and works equally for every Indian. While they are busy pitting communities against each other, we are striving towards building a ‘New India,’ where everybody has their own house to live in with access to clean fuel, electricity and sanitation. I urge the people to compare the politics between these two parties and then make a wise decision while voting.” 

Expressing his gratitude at the incredible support the BJP government has received from across the nation since assuming power in 2014, Prime Minister Modi asserted that such strong backing of the people made his resolve to serve the people even stronger and helped him take bold decisions in the best interests of the people without worrying about politics. He further expressed happiness that the ‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’ has resonated so strongly with every Indian that they have turned it into a mass movement. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ending his power-packed address in the southern state, PM Modi highlighted some of the key promises and goals of the BJP in its recently launched election manifesto and said, “Our resolve is to build next generation infrastructure in the country in the next five years. We will also significantly strengthen our national security apparatus and secure our borders while working to make India the 3rd largest economy in the world by 2030. With the support of the people, I am sure that the BJP will provide the country with a strong, stable, decisive and transparent government that will fulfill the aspirations of the 21st century India.”

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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi attended the All Parties Leaders meeting here today. Leaders from all major political parties were present on this occasion and they put forth their views on the upcoming session of Parliament.

In his remarks, Prime Minister observed that this session of the Parliament will be a special occasion for it will mark the 250th session of the Rajya Sabha and expressed his happiness that special events and activities were being planned to mark this occasion. Prime Minister emphasized that the 250th session of the Upper House provided a unique opportunity for highlighting the unique strengths of the Indian Parliament as well as the Indian Constitution, in providing an overarching framework of governance institutions for a diverse country like India. The backdrop of the session being held as India celebrates the 150th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi also made it a unique and special occasion.

Prime Minister, while responding to specific issues raised by the representatives of various political parties said that the Government would work together with all parties in a constructive manner to address pending legislations and frame policy solutions for specific issues related to environment and pollution, the economy, the agricultural sector and farmers, and the rights of women, youth and the less privileged sections of society.

Prime Minister also complemented the Presiding officers of the two Houses for smooth running of the last session of Parliament and observed that this had helped to create a positive impact amongst the people about the functioning of the legislative arm of Government. In this regard, Prime Minister made a particular mention of the energetic participation by first term members of Parliament on discussions related to diverse issues and expressed the hope that constructive engagement between the Treasury and opposition benches will make the present session a successful and productive one.