NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday attacked the Opposition parties like Congress and Samajwadi Party during addressing parivartan rally in Kanpur of Uttar Pradesh and said opposition parties do not want the Parliament to run as they were afraid to face the debate on corruption.
Particularly, PM Modi also hit the SP government of Uttar Pradesh and said that people are tired of ‘goondaism’ of Akhilesh Yadav government in the state nowadays. He also said that government wants to end black money while opposition party wants to shut parliament.
PM Modi speech highlights:
- It is the responsibility of political parties to set an example on non-corrupt practices. Especially about donations to poll parties.
- An atmosphere should be created to have national, state elections together.
- Due to continuous election mode, much time is wasted which can be used in development activities. I appeal EC to start dialogue on this.
- When there were Rs 1000 notes, nobody considered Rs 100 notes. Now is the time of people who have Rs 100 notes.
- UP gave many Prime Ministers to the nation, but still there are 1500-1600 villages where electricity had not reached.
- Government wants to scrap black money, they (oppositions party) want to shut Parliament.
- This is the first time people raised slogans against the corrupt in Parliament.
- It is the responsibility of political parties to schedule an example on non-corrupt practices.
- Due to continues election mode, much time is wasted which can be used in development activities. I appeal to the Election Commission to start dialogue on this.
- BJP welcomes steps taken by the Election Commission to curb black money.
- Our agenda is to stop corruption, Opposition’s agenda is to stop Parliament.
- Corruption and black money adversely affected the poor and the middle class.
- why were they running away from the issues we wanted to discuss, the issues of making India free from corruption and black money.
- People of Uttar Pradesh are tired of ‘goondaism’.
- Over the past few days, I am experiencing, not just a wave but a storm of change in Uttar Pradesh.
- I have got an opportunity to travel across Uttar Pradesh and I am seeing the strong desire for ‘Parivartan’ in the state.
- Many initiatives have been taken by the government to empower the youth especially in Uttar Pradesh.
- Many initiatives have been taken by the government to empower the youth of Uttar Pradesh.
- Our youngsters have the skill to ensure that poverty becomes history in India.