Modi says ‘Congress can do anything for it's survival’
स्रोत: News Bharati English      तारीख: 10-Feb-2017

Lucknow, February 10: In Uttar Pradesh, the election campaigning is heating up. Campaigning for the assembly elections has picked up as the contesting parties and their prominent leaders are making all possible efforts to woo the voters. Prime Minister and BJP leader Narendra Modi today addressed a rally at Bijnore, which will go to polls in the second phase on Wednesday. He accused the Samajwadi Party government of lawlessness in the state.Hitting out at the Samajwadi party government, Modi said, “In every Assembly segment, BJP workers are being arrested for no fault of theirs. Should Governments run like this? Should the law be misused against political opponents?” He also attacked the Congress and said that they can do everything for their survival. “Congress can do anything for their survival, even form an alliance with the SP against whom they fought for years.”Embeded ObjectHe alleged that the SP government in the state was unable to protect the interests of the poor and honest citizens. Citing rising instances of crimes in the state, Modi said, “What were Samajwadi party leaders saying after unfortunate instances of rape in the state? Such derogatory remarks are unacceptable.”Embeded ObjectPM spoke at length about the Centre’s Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. “Farmer welfare is most vital for us. Our Government has brought the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. It ensures minimum premium and maximum insurance for our farmers.” He also said a Chaudhary Charan Singh Kisan Kalyan Kosh would be created for farmers’ welfare.

Senior BJP leader stated that people of Uttar Pradesh did not deserve an inefficient state government that does not work for their wellbeing. He said, “Despite resources being allotted from the Centre, the state government isn’t utilizing it for the welfare of the state. People in UP must question the SP government that what development works have been done in the state in last five years?”