Government works with the mantra of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said, BJP is always committed to serving the people of the country. In an interview with a news agency last evening, Mr Modi said, when in power, the BJP led government works with the mantra of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.
Speaking about the ensuing assembly elections, the Prime Minister said, can see a wave for BJP in all the five-poll bound states. He said, the party will win with an overwhelming majority. Mr Modi said, wherever BJP has been given the opportunity to work with stability, there is an atmosphere of pro-incumbency. He said, when BJP wins election, it stays connected to the grassroot level and leaves no stone unturned in winning the trust of people.
The Prime Minister said, the party learns from every election and for it, elections are like open universities with opportunities for new recruitments and to improve themselves. He said, they treat it as a field of education.
On the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh, the Prime Minister said, when people discuss the security situation in the state, they think of the problems they faced during the previous governments.
He said, in the current BJP government, today women say that they can step out of the house at any time of the day without any fear. He said, this confidence among women is an indication of a sense of security among them. He added that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given prominence to safety and security in the state.
Talking about the farm laws, the Prime Minister said, the three laws were brought for the benefit of farmers but they were withdrawn in the nation’s interest. Mr Modi added that he has always worked for the benefits of the farmers and they too have always supported him.
On the issue of socialism, Mr Modi said, the government has no business to do business. He said, the policies of the government should be oriented towards giving opportunities to the people. He said, the government’s priorities are to ensure homes, toilets, clean drinking water, health facilities and such basic necessities to the poor, and if anyone calls them socialism it is acceptable to him. Hitting out at the Congress and the Samajwadi Party, Mr Modi said, when a party is run for generations by a family, then there is only dynasty and not dynamics. Mr Modi mentioned that when he talks about fake socialism, it is about a dynasty. He said, this dynasticism is a threat to democracy.