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Government not taking decisions on time, that’s a problem, says Nitin Gadkari in latest dig at Modi govt

BJP’s decision to exclude Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Chouhan from party’s top body has raised eyebrows.

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Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, who has lost his name from the list of BJP’s top decision-making body, on Sunday slammed the Modi government in its latest outing at an event.

Hitting out at the Central government, Gadkari said the government is not taking decisions on time and that’s a problem. The Indians can make miracles and the potential is there Gadkari said at NATCON 2022, organized by the Association of Consulting Civil Engineers, Mumbai.

Time is more important than technology or resources, he said at an event on Sunday.

In his speech, Gadkari also suggested that the future of Indian infrastructure is very bright. For which, India needs to accept good technology, good innovation, good research and successful practices in the world and in the country, he said.

India should have alternative materials by which the country can reduce costs without compromising on quality. And time is the most important thing in the construction. Time is the biggest capital. The biggest problem is the government is not taking decisions on time, the Union Minister said.

BJP leaders have been claiming that Gadkari’s words were not for any specific government but governments in general.

At a recent event in Nagpur, Gadkari had said BJP’s rise to power could be credited to Mr Vajpayee, LK Advani and Deendayal Upadhyaya. Today’s politics was more about powerplay and that at times he thought of quitting politics, he had also said.

The BJP had dropped Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Chouhan from the party’s top body. The decision has stunned political pundits and sections of party leaders.

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Akhilesh Yadav says people are so angry they will make it difficult for BJP to win 140 seats

Yadav accused the BJP of neglecting farmers and waiving loans of only industrialists and promised that the loans of farmers will be waived after the INDIA bloc government is formed.

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Akhilesh Yadav says people are so angry they will make it difficult for BJP to win 140 seats

Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday said it would be difficult for the BJP to win even 140 seats in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. Yadav took a jibe over the NDA’s slogan of Abki baar 400 paar, and said, they have forgotten their slogan of crossing 400 Lok Sabha seats. He added the people are so angry that they will make it difficult for the BJP to win even 140 seats.

The SP leader attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said he has started stumbling due to anxiety. He accused the BJP of neglecting farmers and waiving loans of only industrialists and promised that the loans of farmers will be waived after the INDIA bloc government is formed. Akhiliesh Yadav was addressing a joint rally in support of Congress candidate from Maharajganj, Virendra Chaudhary.

The former Uttar Pradesh CM accused the central government of deliberately leaking recruitment exam papers so that the youth remains unemployed and in order to snatch reservation. Yadav promised the people that the opposition parties will provide jobs and demolish the Agniveer scheme of recruitment in the Indian army after the INDIA alliance government is formed.

He pointed that BJP is putting up big tents for their events but people are not coming. He further added the BJP is making the government officials sit in the election rallies in plain clothes to fill the tents. Lok Sabha elections are going to take place in Maharajganj on June 1.

Earlier the SP leader told the media that they have seen massive voting in favour of SP and INDIA bloc in the sixth phase. People have extended unprecedented support to them and it seemed that the NDA will be left much behind. He said earlier he used to say that the INDIA Bloc are ahead in 79 seats and the fight is only 1 seat. But now it seems that they are ahead on all 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh.

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PM Modi attacks AAP government in Punjab, says they have destroyed industry and farming

PM Modi attacked the Congress and said the party has done double Ph.D in corruption. He attacked the AAP government in the state and said they have destroyed industry and farming.

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PM Modi attacks AAP government in Punjab, says they have destroyed industry and farming

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed an election rally on Thursday for the ongoing Lok Sabha elections at Hoshiarpur in Punjab. He said the time has come for a full majority government at the Centre after decades. He remembered Guru Ravidas and said that he was the inspiration for working towards the welfare of the poor. The prime minister expressed his wish for Adampur airport, which serves Jalandhar and Hoshiarpur, to be named after Guru Ravidas.

The prime minister noted that it was his last public meeting of this year’s Lok Sabha election, he said Hoshiarpur is called Chotti Kashi and is Guru Ravi Das’s tapobhoomi. PM pointed out that Varanasi, from where he is an MP, Guru Ravidas was born there. Therefore, in this pious land of Hoshiarpur, closing of the election campaign, for him is a matter of pride.

He targeted the opposition parties and the I.N.D.I.A bloc and said they sought proof of surgical strike and did not show any concern about the army and emptied the government treasury. He attacked the Congress and said the party has done double Ph.D in corruption. PM Modi also attacked the AAP government in the state and said they have destroyed industry and farming. He said every Indian is aligned with Viksit Bharat dream and is giving them their blessings.

The prime minister was confident that 21st century is India’s century and said the dumdaar sarkar is coming back. PM Modi further added that in 10 years, the prime minister has given a robust government that vanquished the nation’s enemies and made India prosperous and self-reliant and said that his government had worked with the motive that Karam hi dharam hai for sabka sath sabka vikas. PM Modi said the BJP government has already prioritised works to be done after coming to power. A 125-day roadmap has already been prepared.

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Manmohan Singh accuses PM Modi of using hateful language, urges voters to protect democracy and Constitution from despotic regime

Manmohan Singh appealed to the voters that they have 1 final chance to ensure that democracy and India’s Constitution are protected from the repeated assaults of a despotic regime, trying to unleash dictatorship in India.

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Manmohan Singh accuses PM Modi of using hateful language, urges voters to protect democracy and constitution from despotic regime

Former PM Manmohan Singh on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of using hateful, unparliamentary language to target either a specific section of society or opposition.  He wrote a letter to Punjab’s voters ahead of the 7th phase of Lok Sabha elections on June 1.

Singh appealed to the voters that they have 1 final chance to ensure that democracy and India’s Constitution are protected from the repeated assaults of a despotic regime, trying to unleash dictatorship in India. Manmohan Singh said the prime minister indulged in the most vicious form of hate speeches. He said PM Modi has lowered the dignity of public discourse.

Singh said he has been closely monitoring the political discourse during this year’s election campaign and PM Modi has indulged in the most vicious form of hate speeches, which are purely divisive in nature. He said PM Modi is the first PM to lower the dignity of public discourse, and thereby the gravity of the office of the prime minister.

The senior Congress leader said no prime minister in the past has uttered such hateful, unparliamentary and coarse terms, meant to target either a specific section of the society or the opposition. He has also attributed some false statements to him. Singh further added that he had never in his life singled out one community from the other and this is the sole copyright of the BJP.

PM Modi had accused Manmohan Singh of saying that Muslims have the first right on the country’s resources. The former PM also criticised the saffron party for imposing the Agniveer Scheme on the armed forces, labeling it as ill-conceived. He accused the BJP of undermining patriotism, bravery, and service by limiting their value to just 4 years and highlighted it as fake nationalism. The Congress party has therefore promised to abolish the Agniveer Scheme.

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