Congress must aware the PM’s foreign tour benefit
Pothashang News Service: Imphal, March 28, 2019: Congress party must be aware before alleging Prime Minister Narendra Modi for misusing the funds on foreign tour that it is for to link up with foreign countries to bring benefit for a developed country, chief minister, N. Biren stated during a one day political conference held today at NISU ground, Lwangshangbam, Imphal East.
The programme was organised by BJP mandal of the block.
Biren said opposition political parties have been claiming that the promise made by BJP during election for job guarantee has failed and the party made wrong promise to get political mileage.
To give government job to all the youth is not possible but with the initiatives of start-up policy state government has been able to promote entrepreneurs among the youths. With the policy the entrepreneurs have been provided jobs to many youths, he added.
He said, with the initiatives of the Prime Minister, development has brought to the country under the slogan “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas” unlike the former government Narendra Modi took the initiatives for the benefit of the people under one nation theory.
The most important for people is in health sector, to overcome the grievances state government has taken schemes under health scheme, he added.
Police officers are awarded with the government campaign “war on drugs” instead of transferring for seizing drugs. With the coming of present government many cases have been taken and with the initiatives of campaign against drugs number of drug users has been decreasing.
BJP candidate for the Lok Sabha election, R.K. Ranjan said the party believes in action not in making false promise like former government. Most of the leaders of the former government including former chief minister and deputy chief minister are involve in many court cases. He gives his assurance to raise voice at Centre in connection with the grievances for the people of the state in order to bring development and peace.
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