Prime Minister Narendra Modi accuses the opposition of strengthening anti-national forces


Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a frontal attack on the Aam Aadmi party during a mega rally in Dwarka ahead of the Delhi parliamentary elections, highlighting the welfare policy that the union government has pursued over the past six years.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tried to corner the opposition over the question of national security and its "support" for the people who led the anti-CAA agitation in Delhi.

In his speech, Narendra Modi accused the Kejriwal government of not allowing people to benefit from the government's mid-term measures for the poor.

"I want this negativity policy to end in Delhi and for the people of Delhi to benefit from all central government programs.

Referring to the list of systems introduced by his government, including Ayushman Bharat Yojna, Jan Dhan Yojna and Ayush Bharat, he claimed that the number of people who would benefit from this government welfare policy exceeded the population of many countries the whole world.

Prime Minister also said that the pace of development in the country is unprecedented and that execution is happening at such a pace for the first time.

"I want Delhi to develop at this pace, if Delhi works at this massive level, many problems in the capital would be solved. Desh Badla Hai Ab Dilli Badlega (country has changed, now it is time for Delhi ) ", he claimed.

Narendra Modi attacked opposition leaders, claiming that they were government-critical even on issues of national security, such as the Pulwama surgical strike, the repeal of Article 370, and more recently the CAA. Then he asked the crowd if they would punish such leaders.

He also accused the opposition of spreading a lot of lies about the CAA and reiterated that Delhi voters are "wise" to understand these electoral tricks.

"Delhi also needs strong leadership to maintain national interest in the bank's minor voting policy," he said.

In line with his previous speech in Karkardooma, he reiterated that his government had ensured that more than 40 Lakh people living in unauthorized colonies in Delhi were given legal status and that they could keep their house registers.

When he announced that a special development body would be formed for the development of recently regulated colonies in Delhi, he said: "I congratulate the Delhi BJP on their thinking in this direction and will ensure that, from my end, any support for this noble work will be done when BJP forms the government in Delhi. "

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also underlined ongoing development work and said his government was determined to further strengthen the Delhi metro.

"We have been working on how to get to Delhi from Meerut in less than an hour. The Delhi subway was put into operation because of Atal Bihari Vajpayee. We will work to increase the range of the subway Line to expand. There are new subway lines. " also in planning, "he said.

Prime Minister spoke about the need to strengthen tourism in Delhi and said it was his government that opened the Sundar Nursery and put the construction work on Deen Dayal Park under construction.

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