PM Modi on Friday hits at the Congress party for “not letting his government work despite a huge mandate”, Narendra Modi, Prime Minister said 40 MPs were trying to prevent 400 MPs from fulfilling the wishes of the people.
As Prime Minister, addressing his first rally in Chandigarh, Modi targeted Vice-president Rahul Gandhi and Congress president Sonia Gandhi, accusing some people were disrupting the Parliament “out of sheer arrogance”.
“It’s time you tell those you have elected as Members of Parliament to debate inside the House. Ask them to put the government in the dock and ask PM Modi what his government has done,” he told the gathering at the rally ground in Sector 25.
With only two days for the storm session to end, the halt in the Parliament has slowed down the entry of some key bills, especially the merchandise and administrations duty bill. The decision NDA is concerned that the logjam is wrecking its motivation of changes.
“If our voice is scuttled in Lok Sabha, we will take to Jan sabhas like this,” Modi told people in Chandigarh, adding that development was and remains his key promise to the people of the country.
PM, who was invited in front of an audience by a few war-decorated ex-servicemen, additionally accused the past UPA government led by UPA of being “non-serious” about implementing the one rank.
Sharing a stage at an open rally with Modi and Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar together surprisingly, Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal, the BJP’s partner in Punjab, struck a urging so as to jolt note the PM to to also think about farmers.