PM Modi Accuses Congress Of Indulging In Vote Bank Politics In Name Of Reservation

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accused the Congress of indulging in vote bank politics in the name of reservation. In an interview with a News Agency, the Prime Minister said that the basic spirit of the Constitution of India is being violated and that too for the sake of vote bank politics by the opposition. Mr. Modi said that he wants to make the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Other Backward Classes aware that they are being cheated by the opposition. Mr. Modi said that he will fight to protect the rights of the people of this community.
 
In reply to another question over the Opposition’s allegation that ED, CBI and Income Tax Department are being used against them, the Prime Minister said, his government has zero tolerance against corruption.
 
To a question on high voter turnout in Jammu and Kashmir in the Lok Sabha elections, the Prime Minister said, it is a matter of big satisfaction for him as the brothers and sisters from Kashmir came forward to vote with great enthusiasm. Mr Modi said that by voting, they have given a message to the world and to those who used to have doubts. He added that when the common man votes, it is not just to make someone win but it means that the voter accepts the Constitution of India and expresses his dedication towards the entire spirit of India.
 
Earlier, Prime Minister and senior BJP leader Narendra Modi said that aim of the NDA government is based on zero tolerance for corruption and ensuring evidence-based action and not on perception. In an interview with a news agency, the Prime Minister said, when the big fish are being caught, questions are being raised by vested interests. Mr. Modi said, they have focussed on policy-driven governance. He emphasized that nation first is at the centre of government’s every decision.
 
The Prime Minister added that over 38 lakh crore rupees have been transferred to people through the Direct Benefit Transfer. He highlighted that under the Atmanirbhar Bharat vision, the aim is to promote indigenous talent and increase employability. Mr. Modi stressed on the need to understand the aspirations of the new generation and also provide them with relevant platforms to help achieve their dreams. 

Disclaimer: This press release is sourced from News On AIR, Prasar Bharti and Press Information Bureau India (PIB).

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