Narendra Modi slams Congress for Dynastic Politics
Targeting to Congress Party, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi Saturday pulled the legs of Nehru Gandhi family for promoting the dynastic politics in India very similar to monarchy system.
Alleging Congress to causing great injustice to the age-old traditions due to dynastic politics from Nehru Gandhi family, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi said, "The party is so involved in dynastic politics. This has caused great injustice to our history and tradition built by our ancestors," Modi said while addressing a gathering here on Saturday.
Nehru Gandhi dynasty has dominated the Indian politics as it has been in power for more than 50 years since independence of India.
From Jawaharlal Nehru till Sonia Gandhi and now Rahul Gandhi had and have great influence in Indian politics, as it is known to every one.
Modi also accused the Central Government headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of ruining the country, when it was on the verge of pacing ahead on the path towards development.
He took a jibe at the government and said that the present scenario is different than what had been expected in the 21st century, adding that the country's potential has been untapped.
"The government in Delhi has completely changed the face of the country. The entire world was discussing about India's potential in the 21st century. The entire world was discussing whether China or India would take the lead; the entire world's focus was Asia. The people in the country were also confident that India would prove its mettle in the 21st century. Unfortunately, since the last eight years, there is such a government that has created such a situation that we have crashed, before taking off," he said.
Modi further stated that despite India being an agricultural economy, the government has been unable to surpass the growth rate of three percent until now.
"Our country is supposed to be an agro-economy. Despite that, there is no agricultural growth above three percent. Since the last eight years, the Manmohan Singh government has been speaking about improving the agricultural situation in the country. We have Ganga, Yamuna, Krishna and Godavari, but despite that the farmers are facing problems," he said.
--With ANI Inputs--
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