India saw a new light under Modi government: Amit Shah

New Delhi: Bhartiya Janta Party Amit Shah on Saturday said that India saw a new light under Modi government.

Addressing the press conference on the occasion of Narendra Modi led BJP government completing 4 years at the centre, Amit Shah said “The Modi government has proved to work for the welfare of both cities and rural areas. PM Modi wanted to take India up the ladder in the world economy and he fulfilled his promises.”

Speaking about the achievement of the BJP government, Amit Shah said,”Today there is no village in India where there is no electricity. We achieved this target way before the deadline. And we are still working on making this better.”

The BJP president said that there have been no corruption scandals during our tenure. ” Not a single scam taint on our government. We had promised a corruption-free government and we have delivered,” added Shah.

Taking a dig at the opposition parties, Shah said PM Narendra Modi ended politics of appeasement, dynasty, ushered politics of development. The opposition is indulging in politics of lies. Their only agenda is to remove PM Modi, our agenda is to remove anarchy from the country, Shah alleged.

Amit Shah further added that BJP provided the most hardworking Prime Minister & the most popular leader in the world to the country, a PM who works for 15-18 hours a day. We are proud that this Prime Minister is a leader of BJP.

He said that with the 2016 surgical strikes conducted across the LoC, the government exhibited its political willingness to take on the country’s adversaries.

The BJP president said the government has also resolved the long-pending issue of One Rank One Pension within a year of coming to power.

He also said that several measures such as the constitution of an SIT to curb black money were taken by the government. The black money issue was one of the main poll planks of the BJP during the 2014 election campaign.

“Modi dispensation is sensitive and committed towards development of villages,” Shah said, noting that while focusing on the rural areas, due emphasis was also given to urban areas.






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