Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing a public in Ajmer on Saturday urged to not let the people who do vote-bank politics enter any corner of the country.
“Vote-bank politics is not just restricted to elections, but it destroys the entire system,” said PM Modi.
PM Modi is in Rajasthan to mark the completion of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje’s state-wide ‘Gaurav Yatra’ ahead of Assembly elections.
While attacking Congress, he said, “We have a set off people who not only failed in government for 60 long years, but also have failed as an opposition.”
“After 60 years, the country has held a direction. Now, at no cost, should we give them a chance to look at this direction,” said PM Modi.
PM Modi on vote bank politics in Ajmer’s Pushkar
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Taking a jibe at Congress, PM Modi reiterated his slogan “Sabka Sath Sabka Vikaas”, and said that the BJP is working for the benefit and development of all.
“On one side there is the politics of vote-bank, and on the other side, you have a government which works with the belief of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas,” he said. “While others believe in breaking society, dividing society, we believe in uniting society and working with all, for the benefit of all,” he further added. He noted that the BJP has worked for uniting the people and not dividing them based on religion or caste.
PM Modi said that law and order suffers because of vote bank politics. It is detrimental for the development of the country. It destroys bureaucracy as such parties divide the government officers too according to their politics and provides posts only to those who fit their vote bank politics.
PM Modi mentioned that the Rajasthan government is working towards providing electricity connection to every household. He said that the responsibility to provide electricity to all villages was taken by the government.