Congress policy is get votes and forget: PM Modi lashed out at Congress in Nagaland
Senior BJP leader and Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted that bringing permanent peace to Nagaland is the aim of his government. He said that peace, progress, and prosperity for Nagaland are the motto of his government. Addressing an election rally at Chümoukedima in Nagaland for the NDPP- BJP, Mr. Modi said that Nagaland has made remarkable progress during the last 9 years. He said that 75 percent of cases of insurgency have been reduced in the state.
The Prime Minister said that AFSPA has been removed from many places in Nagaland and steps are being taken so that it could be repealed from the entire state. Mr. Modi mentioned that BJP never made discrimination against anyone on the basis of region or religion. He added that the Centre has given 500 crore rupees to Nagaland under PM KISAN Nidhi and also sanctioned the construction of 55 thousand houses. Mr. Modi mentioned that Kohima will be connected by rail which would boost the economy of the state. Appreciating the contribution of Naga youths in the field of sports, the Prime Minister asserted that his government is fully committed to the welfare of the youth of the state. He alleged that the Congress leaders used North East as ATM for personal benefits. But after coming to power, BJP stopped all corrupt practices with the help of technology.
Addressing the election meeting in the election state of Nagaland, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today lashed out at the Congress party. The PM said, “Congress’s policy is to get votes and forget. Congress controlled the Northeast through remote control from Delhi, while BJP considers eight states to be ‘Ashtalakshmi’. It is our endeavour that the distances of the heart also disappear and the distance should be lesser from Delhi. In the last 9 years, I myself have come here dozens of times.” He said that from Delhi to Dimapur, they (Congress) had given priority to familyism, but our government has changed the thinking of the Delhi government for the entire North-East. Congress had considered the north-east to be an ATM. The government’s money did not reach the public, but reached the coffers of corrupt parties.
Senior leaders of NDPP including Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio and state BJP leaders also attended the rally.
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