Honesty over dynasty, vikas over vote-bank politics: PM Modi presents govt’s report card, slams Congress

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Listing out the most important contribution of the NDA government, PM Modi said the government has successfully helped boost Indian economy, which has been the “cynosure of the world’s eyes”.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has slammed the Congress party in his latest blog.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • PM Modi urged people to vote wisely ahead of Lok Sabha 2019 polls
  • He listed out the contributions of the NDA government since 2014
  • In his blog, Narendra Modi slammed the dynasty politics in Congress party

“Development over decay, security over stagnation, opportunities over obstacles, vikas over vote-bank politics, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote in his latest blog on Wednesday.

In his blog, PM Modi not only listed the achievements of the BJP-led NDA government since 2014 but also asked citizens to “think wisely” before casting their votes.

Hinting that governance improved in India after his government came to power, PM Modi wrote: “Indians were tired of our beloved nation being in the Fragile Five, where corruption, cronyism, and nepotism made headlines instead of anything positive.”

 

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pursuit of a better future,” he added.

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PM Narendra Modi said the mandate of 2014 was “epoch-making” as it was the first time in Indian history when a non-dynastic party came to power with a complete majority.

‘India first’ instead of ‘family first’

Targeting the Congress party, PM Modi said the government has been working for “India first” instead of “family first”.

Listing out the most important contribution of the NDA government, PM Modi said the government has successfully helped boost Indian economy, which has been the “cynosure of the world’s eyes”.

“India has made remarkable achievements in sanitation coverage (from 38% in 2014 to 98% now), banking the unbanked, financing the un-financed, building futuristic infrastructure, homes for the homeless, providing healthcare for the poor and educating the youth,” Modi wrote.

‘Institutions above everything else’

The prime minister also said that there has been a paradigm shift as the government focuses on its institutions.

Taking another dig at the Congress party, he said, “India has seen that whenever dynastic politics has been powerful, institutions have taken a severe beating.”

Modi also highlighted that overall productivity of the 16th Lok Sabha was an 85 per cent, while Rajya Sabha’s productivity was at 68 per cent.

“The Interim Budget session witnessed productivity of 89 per cent in the Lok Sabha and a mere 8 per cent in the Rajya Sabha,” he said.

“The nation knows the numerical dynamics of both houses. It is clear that when a non-dynasty party in higher number its tendency to work more is visible,” Modi added.

He also urged people to ask why the Rajya Sabha was not working as productively as the Lok Sabha, hinting at opposition ruckus.

 

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Freedom of speech, courts

Expressing his views on freedom of speech, PM Modi said dynastic parties have “never been comfortable” with a free and vibrant press.

“No wonder, the very first Constitutional Amendment brought in by the Congress government sought to curtail free speech. Speaking truth to power, which is the hallmark of a free press was seen as vulgar and indecent,” he wrote.

The recent UPA years saw the bringing of a law that could land you in prison for posting anything offensive, he said.

He even invoked the Emergency of 1975 in his speech, adding that the declaration by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi turned the nation into an overnight prison.

“Congress’ modus operandi is simple- reject, discredit and threaten. If a judicial verdict goes against them, they reject it, and then they discredit the judge and thereafter, talk about bringing impeachment motions against the judge,” he wrote.

‘Armed forces never got respect from Congress’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi further criticised the Congress party for always treating the defence sector “as a source of income” and that is why armed forces “never got the respect” it deserved from the party.

“After 1947, every Congress government has seen multiple defence scams. They began with jeeps and then moved to guns, submarines, and helicopters,” he wrote.

“Every middleman is linked to one family,” Modi added.

Citing the Balakot airstrike, PM Modi said, “When our forces strike at terrorist elements, Congress leaders accuse the political leadership of doing Khoon Ki Dalali. When our air warriors strike at terrorists, Congress questions that too.”

 

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‘Congress does not believe in internal democracy’

PM Modi said Congress is a party which does not believe in internal democracy and accused its top leadership of being involved in a “major scam”.

“When the authorities seek to question them on their dealings, they do not even bother to reply. Are they scared of accountability or do they not believe in it?” he questioned.

Last but not least, the prime minister urged people to “think wisely” and asked them to compare the past with the present.

“Think wisely: As you go to vote- remember the past and how one family’s desire for power cost the nation so greatly. If they could do it then, they can surely do it now,” he said.

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Kamal Nath to take oath as Madhya Pradesh CM on December 17

Tiding over internal troubles and factionalism, Congress party in a late Thursday night development announced 72 year old Kamal Nath as the next chief minister of Madhya Pradesh.

With this, Nath, a former union minister and nine-time Lok Sabha member from Chhindwara constituency of Madhya Pradesh, breaks the 15 year long run of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the state. He is also the first Congress chief minister in the last five years to succeed a BJP chief minister.

The announcement was made on late Tuesday night by of A K Antony, former union minister and party observer for the state. Antony said Nath was being elected “unanimously” as the new Congress Legislative Party (CLP) leader at meeting of the newly elected MLAs.

“It is a challenging time and we will all together fulfil the promises made in our ‘Vachan Patra’,” Nath said in Bhopal when asked about Congress’ main poll promise of farm loan waiver in the state’s manifesto.

After the announcement, Nath thanked Jyotiraditya Scindia, senior party leader and campaign committee chief, by saying: “He has supported me and that matters a lot.”

He added that he was “hungry” for Congress’ return to power in the state and asserted that the party has got “unconditional” support from Mayawati led Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Akhilesh Yadav led Samajwadi Party (SP).

Hours before the announcement, Congress president Rahul Gandhi shared a photo of him with Scindia and Nath on Twitter and quoted Leo Tolstoy as “The two most powerful warriors are patience and time.”

Congress’ troubles over chief ministerial selection however continues in both Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh. Both the top leaders, Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot, held another round of late night meetings with Gandhi on Tuesday but senior party leaders say issues are yet to be ironed out.

 

 

 

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Election Results LIVE 2018 – Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram

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–Congress looks strong in Rajasthan, leading in 20 seats. With lead in 17 seats, TRS consolidates position in Telangana.

–30 minutes into counting, TRS ahead in early leads – Jogu Ramanna leads in Adilabad

 

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Close fight between the BJP and Congress in Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. Congress takes big early lead in Rajasthan. TRS leads in Telangana.

 

The results for assembly elections to five states – Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Mizoram and Chhattisgarh – will be declared tomorrow. The time of the start of vote counting is 8 am. Election trends will start coming out soon. The election results 2018 are important as it may impact 2019 general elections. All the major political parties would want to end the year on a winning note.

The Election Commission of India has made all the necessary arrangements for the poll results. In Telangana, the Chief Electoral Officer said necessary arrangements have been made for the counting day and the strongrooms, where voting machines are kept, are secured with central paramilitary forces providing. Here are the answers to some of the questions related to assembly election results.

Election result date: The election results 2018 will be announced on December 11.

Election results time: The counting will begin at 8 am. The results will be declared in the evening.

Where to watch election news coverage: Election Coverage starts when counting begins

The Telangana election results, the Madhya Pradesh election results, theRajasthan election results, the Chhattisgarh election results and Mizoram election results will announced tomorrow by the Election Commission.

Exit polls for five states in elections have predict a worrying outcome for the BJP in three heartland states, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. An aggregate of exit polls shows the BJP’s winning streak is set to end in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, both heading for hung verdict.

 

 

 

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Rajasthan Elections LIVE : Final Voter Turnout Of 74.21 Per Cent

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Voting for 200 seats in the Rajasthan assembly election will start at 8 am. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is facing a major challenge as the northern state has always voted out the incumbent government for more than two decades. Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, however, is looking to hold on to power by riding on her government’s schemes and the work it has done for the people of Rajasthan. The Congress is counting on anti-incumbencyto win in Rajasthan. In the last round of by-elections in February, the Congress wrested the Ajmer and Alwar Lok Sabha seats and the Mandalgarh assembly seat from the BJP. The votes for Rajasthan will be counted on December 11 along with Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana and Chhattisgarh.

Here are the live updates for Rajasthan assembly election:

Final Voter Turnout Of 74.21 Per Cent

59.43% voter turnout in Rajasthan till 3pm

District wise voter turnout till 3.00 pm

Ajmer: 56%
Alwar: 60%
Barmer: 59%
Bharatpur: 62%
Bikaner: 59%
Chittorgarh: 67%
Churu: 58%
Jhalawar: 62%
Tonk: 57%
Udaipur: 60%

41.37 per cent voter turnout in Rajasthan till 1pm

22.01 per cent voter turnout till 11am across Rajasthan

Voter turnout in Rajasthan till 9am is 6.11 per cent

Vasundhara Raje casts her vote, slams Sharad Yadav for body-shaming
“I am extremely shocked,” she said on Bihar politician Sharad Yadav’s comment on her weight that was seen as body-shaming. “It is very important that Election Commission takes notice of the remark. I feel insulted. Women are insulted,” Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje said after casting her vote at pink polling booth No. 31A at Jhalrapatan constituency in Jhalawar.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje of the BJP is scheduled to cast her vote at 8:15 am for the Rajasthan assembly election. She is counting on her government’s programmes to fetch her a large number of votes, enough to keep her in power for another term. The Congress is hoping anti-incumbency will work in the northern state.

Mock polling being conducted at booth No. 106 in Jodhpur’s Sardarpura constituency. Voting for the Rajasthan assembly election will start at 8 am.

Election official prepare to receive voters at a polling booth in Jodhpur. Voting for the Rajasthan assembly election will start at 8 am.

The counting of votes will take place on December 11. The results of three other states – Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram – will be announced on the same day.

 

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The Congress is yet to announce a chief ministerial candidate in Rajasthan. Its election in-charge Sachin Pilot and former chief minister Ashok Gehlot are seen as front-runners for the top job if the party wins.
Voting in the Rajasthan assembly election will start at 8 am. A “pink polling booth” in Jhalawar.

 

Prominent candidates in Rajasthan assembly election: Congress
Heavyweight candidates from Congress include State Chief Opposition Leader  and famous Jat leader Rameshwar Lal Dudi from Nokha, State Party Chief Sachin Pilot from Tonk, Former Chief Minister and State General Secretary of AICC Ashok Gehlot from Sardarpur, Senior Congress Leader and former Revenue Minister Hemaram Choudhary from Gudha Malani, State Vice President and former Cabinet Minister Mahendra Jeet Singh Malviya from Bagidora, Former State Home Minister Shanti Dhariwal from Kota and Son of Jaswant Singh and former MP Manvendra Singh from Jhalrapatan.
Prominent candidates in Rajasthan assembly election: BJP
From Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), State Rural Development Minister Rajendra Rathore from Churu, State Party President and Mayor of Jaipur Ashok Parnami from Adarsh Nagar, State Women and Child Welfare Minister Anita Bhadel from Ajmer South, State Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria from Udaipur, and Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje from Jhalrapatan are the prominent candidates.

In the last five elections since 1993, Rajasthan has swung between the BJP and the Congress. But the Congress, which won only 21 assembly seats in 2013 against the BJP’s 161, would need an 8 per cent swing in its favour to win the election.

A “pink polling booth” at Jhalawar in Rajasthan. Voting for the Rajasthan assembly elections will start at 8 am.

 

The election for the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly, scheduled to be held on Friday, 7 December, is largely being seen as a bipolar contest between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress.

The Assembly elections in five states are being termed a litmus test for the Narendra Modi-led NDA government ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Rajasthan Elections: All You Need to Know

Will Rajasthan see a break in the 25-year trend of alternating between the BJP and the Congress governments every consecutive term, as the state goes to polls on 7 December?

In Rajasthan, the BJP is fighting anti-incumbency to retain power though no party has been repeated after one term in the last 20 years. With the poll surveys predicting that Congress was ahead, the BJP has made persistent efforts over the last few days to shore up its prospects with Modi, the main vote getter for the BJP, addressing around 12 rallies.

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MP polls: Rajnath Singh takes dig at Congress manifesto; says party ‘holding on to cow’s tail’ for survival in state

Union home minister Rajnath Singh said on Sunday that the Congress in Madhya Pradesh has now latched onto the cow for its survival.

The Congress, in its manifesto for the 28 November Assembly elections, has promised to build cow shelters across the state.

“Congress leaders are now doing temple-hopping as they know that the party cannot achieve anything on its own. They are kneeling before God and holding onto cow’s feet,” Singh said, addressing campaign rallies in Sagar, Morena and Gwalior region. They are holding on to the cow’s tail and promising to build shelter homes for cows,” he said.

“For us (the ruling BJP) cow is not an election issue. Temple and cow are crucial parts of our culture,” he added.

Saying that chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is the first choice of people, the senior BJP leader alleged that the “Congress does not like him as he is born in a simple family.”

The opposition party is yet to choose its chief ministerial candidate while the BJP has renominated Chouhan, Singh said.

When he campaigned in the state during 2003 elections, “there was darkness under the regime of then chief minister Digvijay Singh, now there is brightness (electricity) in each household,” he said.

Under the Congress rule from 1993-2003, agricultural grown rate of the state was three percent, which has now soared to 20 percent, while the per capita income has risen to Rs 80,000 from Rs 15,000, the Union minister said.

 

 

 

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Rajasthan Poll Campaign LIVE: Modi accuses Sonia Gandhi-led Congress of laundering Rs. 90,000 cr from national treasury

“The BJP government under Vasundhara Raje in Rajasthan has replaced wooden ‘chulhas‘ with gas connections and at a subsidised cost. People now have been ridden of the fatal smoke that the women and children were exposed to in a household that could only afford a wooden chulha. The BJP government has given gas connections to 12 crore households in the four years that it came to power,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

“55 crore people have been given health services through the Ayushman Bharat Yojana. In the two months after its launch, 3 lakh people have gotten surgeries and organ transplants done. Imagine the scale it will soar to in due course of time. The government will bear the expense of Rs. 5 lakh crore for this scheme”, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

“In four years the Congress gave broadband connection to 59 villages. Modi gave broadband connection to 1 lakh villages in the same time”,said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

 

  • “Those who laundered that Rs. 90,000 crore were investigated by Modi. And, that is why the Congress is attacking me. But you can stop this by one vote. You need to choose,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

    “One vote can stop the stealing of 90,000 crore from the tax payer’s money. You made be the Prime Minister. Modi investigated into bogus [deals of the Congress] when someone[Sonia Gandhi] was remote-controlling the government. Subsidies of food, gas and health facilities were given to fake identities at the expense of the national treasury which is the taxpayer’s money” ,said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

    Congress has made a similar poll promise in Madhya Pradesh. A number of farmers in Madhya Pradesh have stopped repaying loans after Gandhi made the promise to waive loans up to Rs 2 lakh if the Congress government comes to power.

    Gandhi has reaffirmed that Congress will waive farmer loans within 10 days of coming to power.

    Speaking in Jalore, Rahul Gandhi has attacked the prime minister over the issues of corruption, demonetisation and the Rafale deal.

    Congress President Rahul Gandhi is addressing a rally in Jalore.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has concluded his address in Banswara. He is expected to address another rally in Kota later toda

    1.25 crore houses were built, keys were distributed, people celebrated Diwali too. Seven lakh homes in Rajasthan, one lakh in Banswara. Your vote will bring BJP to power and poor will be benefit: PM Modi

    Congress talks about farmers… But, naamdar does not know if Chana (chickpeas) grow on a tree or a plant. They do not know the difference between Moong (mung bean) and Chana and they talk about farmers’ welfare: PM Modi

    By 2022, every family will have a house. Not only walls, but water, electricity and gas connections as well: PM Modi

    Rahul Gandhi has concluded his address in Pokhran. He is exected to address rallies in Jalore and Jodhpur next.

    Tribal communities have existed for thousands of years. Did they not make sacrifices during the freedom struggle? Did they not contribute in the nation’s development? You know this, I know this, history knows this but Congress does not know this: PM Modi

    Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi has hit out at PM Modi and the BJP over issues corruption and black money.

    Congress never thought about welfare of the tribal communities. It was only under Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji’s leadership that a dedicated Ministry of Tribal Affairs was created: PM Modi

    Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing a rally in Beneshwar Dham, Banswara.

     

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Congress cannot fight me, that is why abusing my mother: PM Modi

Hitting out at the Congress, Modi today said that the people of Madhya Pradesh will give a befitting reply to the party for abusing his mother in the coming assembly elections.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Raj Babbar had compared devalued rate of rupee to PM’s nonagenarian mother
  • Congress has disrespected my mother, Modi said
  • He also accused Congress of indulging in caste politics

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday lambasted the Congress for making a personal attack on him. Referring to Congress leader Raj Babbar’s recent remark, Modi said the Congress is rattled by the good work of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

“For the past 18 years, I have been defeating the Congress at every single opportunity, and today it has fallen to the level that it has dragged my mother in elections. Congress cannot fight Modi, that is why it is now abusing my mother,” said Modi while addressing a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhatarpur.

Congress leader Raj Babbar had recently compared the devalued rate of the Indian rupee to the PM’s nonagenarian mother, who is around 97 years old. “He [Modi] used to say that the rupee has fallen so much against the dollar that it was nearing the age of the then prime minister [Manmohan Singh]. Today, the rupee’s value has dropped so low, that it is inching closer to your [Modi’s] beloved mother’s age,” Babbar had said on Thursday at a rally in Indore.

Hitting out at the Congress, Modi today said that the people of Madhya Pradesh will give a befitting reply to the party for abusing his mother in the coming assembly elections.

He also said that corruption is the culture of the Congress. “Those who are out on bail in corruption cases are now unnerved. Coffers of banks were emptied for rich during madam’s [Sonia Gandhi] government, but we opened banks’ doors for needy youth,” he said.
Accusing the Congress of indulging in caste politics, Modi said, “People had voted Congress out of power in Madhya Pradesh 15 years ago because of its divisive politics.”

Earlier, Congress president on Friday had targeted Modi alleging that he created a cobweb just like the Bollywood villain Mogambo to “loot” the armed forces and that the Rafale scam is one of his many adventures which will be exposed soon.

In a tweet in Hindi, Rahul said PM Modi has created a “cobweb”, just like Bollywood villain Mogambo, to “loot” India’s armed forces. He alleged the Rafale scam was “one of his many adventures” that will be exposed soon.

The 230 member-Madhya Pradesh assembly will go to polls on November 28. It will be only clear on December 11 as to who the people of the state have blessed with their votes after the EVM’s are opened for counting on this day.

 

 

 

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