Modi slams Cong on 1984 riots & Kartarpur Sahib
in “promise” and “drama”, they are interested in “performance” and “delivery”, the PM added.
Listing out the establishment of educational institutions like IITs and increase in 30% medical seats in the last five years, he said, “From study to startups and skills to sports, we have created a big supporting system for the youngsters and opened the door for more opportunities. Reach them with all the information on development projects and ensure there will never be a doubt in their minds as to who is working for a better future,” he said.
Taking a dig at opposition parties, Modi accused them of having formed “an
PM Narendra Modi on Sunday hit out at Congress for the 1984 riots and also lamented that Kartarpur Sahib was left in Pakistan during partition. “The Centre is making efforts to get justice for the period of injustice which started in 1984. For decades, mothers, sisters, daughters and sons have shed tears, the law will deliver justice, wipe (their) tears,” the PM said referring to the riots following the assassination of then PM Indira Gandhi in 1984. Releasing a Rs 350 denomination commemorative coin as part of the 350th birth anniversary celebrations of 10th Sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh, Modi attacked Congress for its inability to get Kartarpur Sahib included in India at the time of partition. opportunistic alliance”. He said “dynastic parties” want to build their own empire, while BJP wants to empower people.
“Unlike other parties, we aren’t in politics for divide and rule or building vote banks. We are here to serve the country in every possible way. On one hand, we have developed agenda…and the election is an opportunity to take the agenda of development to new heights,” the PM said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said ‘dynastic parties’ want to build their own empire, while BJP wants to empower people