Omar Abdullah govt used flood disaster as an opportunity to loot, says Narendra Modi in Kishtwar
Kishtwar (J&K): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched a scathing attack on the ruling Omar Abdullah government in Jammu and Kashmir and accused them of using the flood disaster as an opportunity to loot.
Addressing an election rally in Kishtwar, Modi said, If there is a hole in the bucket then the water will not stay, I wonder where the money that comes from the Centre actually goes. For the present Govt, the flood disaster was an opportunity to loot,” Modi said.
Reminding the people that it was former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee who had a vision for Kashmir, Modi said that he was determined to look into grievances of the people. He warned his opponents against telling lies on the issue of refugees and that his party will find a solution to this problem from the state itself.
“Atal Bihari Vajpayee had a vision for Kashmir, I will work for it. People speak lie about refugees... I promise to look into grievances. This is my duty to address your problems. I want to warn people speaking lie in the name of refugee. From J&K we will find solution to the issue of the refugees. Government in Delhi ready to work for you... the nation, 1.25 crore people are with you.I appeal you to vote for BJP and give us a majority to form a stable government,” said Modi.
“Our mantra is 'Sabka Sath Sabka Vikaas'. When I was in America, everyone was chanting our mantra. We want jobs four youth, education, infrastructure, electricity... we want only development,” added Modi.
Narendra Modi appealed to people of Jammu and Kashmir not to link politics with communalism as A Kashmiri is always a Kashmiri.
“I am here to assure you that I am committed towards development of Kashmir. I am aware about the pain you are suffering.I appeal you not to link politics with communalism... A Kashmiri is always a Kashmiri, said Modi.
Making a strong pitch for people of Jammu and Kashmir to vote for BJP in upcoming elections, Modi said that he'll always be available as 'Pradhan Sevak' to the people of the state.
“I always talk about 'Make In India', 'Skill India', 'Digital India' ... I want them to be commenced from here. I appeal you to press the Lotus button on the polling day and enable us to form government. I promise you that our candidates will dedicate their everything for you... I will always be available as 'Pradhan Sevak' to you all,” Modi said.
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