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The Opposition’s election agenda rests upon personal abuses while our election agenda is about making India stronger: PM Modi
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Addressing his second election rally today in the Solan constituency of Himachal Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked the Congress’ endemic corruption and political nepotism which significantly hampered the nation’s progress and asserted that the Opposition’s election agenda rested upon personal abuses while the BJP’s election agenda was about making India stronger.

PM Modi launched a scathing attack on the Congress and said, “The Congress and its leaders are campaigning in these elections to hurl personal abuses at me and ruin my image in the country. However, Modi’s campaign in these elections is all about enhancing India’s image internationally, no matter how much they abuse this ‘Chowkidar.’ It is quite ironic that those that are themselves out on bail for their illegal and corrupt actions are abusing and questioning me. The people of the country clearly remember the poor track record of governance during the UPA days which led to massive corruption, double-digit inflation and severe distress for farmers.”

 

 

Describing how the BJP governments in the Centre and state have worked towards strengthening the local economy in Himachal, PM Modi said that in comparison to previous UPA governments, defence manufacturing in India had increased by 80 percent with a similar rise seen in mobile and other equipment production as well. He described how the e-NAM (National Agriculture Market) had played an important role in ensuring better prices and efficient of farmers’ produce in Solan and surrounding areas and applauded the state government’s efforts at boosting tourism with the construction of Shimla airport and new train coaches in Himachal Pradesh.

 

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November 17, 2019
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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.