PM Modi says, strong govt can take big decisions to move country forward; Rahul Gandhi says, many people lost their jobs because of demonetisation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today pitched for a strong and decisive government at the Centre. Addressing a rally at Amroha in Uttar Pradesh, he said a strong government can take tough and big decisions to move the country forward.

He said the world is looking at India today because of decisive and strong government at the Centre. In an apparent attack on Opposition, Mr Modi accused Congress, Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party of adopting soft stand on the issue of terrorism. 

Mr Modi said his government has not let India down in the last five years and world is hailing India today. He said terror organisations now know that there will be a payback if they make even the slightest misstep. 

Speaking on the occasion, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that NDA government has provided good governance and development in the last five years. He alleged that Congress manifesto is intended to promote terrorism and naxalism in the country.

While interacting with students in Pune today, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has said that every day in India  27 thousand youth lose their jobs. Congress President accused that many people lost their jobs because of demonetisation.

Answering to a question on how money will come for 72000 rupees for poor he said that it will come from Neerav Modi, Anil Ambani and Mehul Choksy. Rahul Gandhi also assured that after coming in to the power Congress will give 33 percent reservation to women in Vidhansabha, Loksabha and in the Government Jobs. 

This interaction of Congress President with Youth and Students was organised on the backdrop of forthcoming Loksabha elections by  All India Youth Congress and Yuva Swaraj Foundation. 

The Hindu

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