People want ‘mazboot’ govt, not ‘majboor’: PM Modi at national convention meet (VIDEO)

Written by Newsroom Staff January 12, 2019 20:32

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that the people should decide whether they want a strong government or a weak one which forms alliance out of desperation.

Addressing the BJP national convention at Ramlila Maidan, PM Modi said, “These days, a campaign is going on to publicise a failed experiment called mahagathbandhan. These people who are forming a “mahagathbandhan” want a “majboor sarkaar” (helpless government), not a “majboot sarkaar” (strong government).

PM Modi said opposition parties are forming alliances just to oust BJP from power. He was addressing the concluding session of the BJP National convention in the national capital.

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PM Modi said that Congress is trying to obstruct the Ayodhya case and added that the opposition party was even ready to impeach the Chief Justice of India using false allegations.

He said BJP is the only political party which can take the nation to great heights. Mr Modi said people have firm belief in the party after seeing NDA government function in the past four and half years.

He said it is a matter of great wonder and pride that BJP, which once had only two MPs, can now organise a national convention of this level and scale.

Mr Modi said this is the first National Convention which is being held in the absence of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. He asked all BJP workers to follow in the path shown by Vajpayee.

What Amit Shah said at BJP meet

Speaking at the national convention on Friday, BJP chief Amit Shah called the 2019 elections a “battle of ideologies” and compared it to the third battle of Panipat between Marathas and the Afghan army fought in the 1761. He dismissed the opposition parties’ proposed grand alliance as a farce and said that the alliance is a disparate group that has been brought together by their greed of power.