Modi calls upon youth to bring strong govt in Delhi
BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today gave a call to the youth aged 18-28 years to take responsibility to bring a strong government in Delhi for shaping up the future of the youth in the country.
Addressing a public meeting in the Martyr Captain Vikram Batra ground here, he asked the youth that whether they want a weak and dead government sustaining on the oxygen provided by mother and son (without naming Sonia Gandhi and Rahul). He said that this weak and dead government can neither help the country nor can shape the future of the youth.
He asked the youth not to remain only voters but act as architects of the India's destiny.
He said this was the right time to act for a strong government in Delhi for their bright future.
Mr Modi said they should come out to lay a strong foundation of a strong government for a strong country.
He said the BJP government should come to power with 300 MPs including four from Himachal and promised that he would provide people with strong government. He also promised that he would provide a strong, transparent and stable government at the Centre which would be devoid of corruption and aimed at providing employment to the unemployed besides sorting out the issue of one rank one pension of the army and ex-servicemen with honour and dignity. He said that terrorism divides and tourism unites.
''Number of projects in this hill state were stuck for want of the environment clearances. Without bribing the environment department never issues a clearance and even the Union Environment Minister diverted a river for hotel at Manali and the apex court penalised him Rs 10 lakh,'' the Gujarat Chief Minister said.
He said Himachal had a lot of tourism potential which needs to be exploited. He said that Prime Minister once said ''currency was not falling from the trees'' but in Himachal every tree in every fruit orchard produces currency.
He said during the past six elections, Congress misguided army jawans and officers regarding one rank one pension and it amounts to cheating of the Indian soldiers who sacrifice their every thing protecting the borders of the country.
He asked the Congress to behave with at least army otherwise their moral would be shattered and no Vikram Batra would come out to sacrifice for the nation.
He said a large number of posts were vacant in the Indian army and in Himachal Pradesh youths were ready to join but the UPA government did not fill the vacancies and left the youth jobless.
(Posted on 29-04-2014)