Modi slams dynastic politics in Haryana
Asking people to discard dynastic politics and "goondasahi", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said there was no other option but to vote for a majority government of BJP if Haryana has to progress.Updated: Oct 11, 2014 17:06 IST
Asking people to discard dynastic politics and "goondasahi", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said there was no other option but to vote for a majority government of BJP if Haryana has to progress.
Slamming the political families of the state, Modi said they have done nothing but only filled their pockets. "Five families have run Haryana until now and it has only benefited these families. Look at the coalition...they fight in front of people like WWF.
"They have an agreement that one family will rule for five years while the other family will badmouth the ruling family. In the next elections, other family comes to the power and circle goes on. You have to save Haryana from these 'goondasahi' and dynastic politics," Modi said at the election rally here.
He said the role of Sirsa is crucial in the elections and his government will come with a special model of progress if voted to power.
"Sirsa is like an island cut off from rest of the state. It needs integrated development, it needs railways and road connectivity, Internet connectivity. If BJP comes to power it will come up with a special model for the progress of the region," Modi said, adding "development is key to progress".
Referring to one-rank one-pension issue, Modi said as promised his government has successfully implemented the one-rank one-pension scheme.
"There is no battle in which youth of Haryana have not sacrificed their life. There was this issue of one-rank one- pension. But when we came to power, we decided in this regard and made provisions for the same and fulfilled the promise," he said.
He stated that a positive trend was coming out from poll surveys.
"All poll surveys and analysis have said BJP will either be the number one party in Haryana or will get majority. It is for sure that the next government will be of the BJP but it is you who has to decide whether you want full majority BJP government," the PM said.
As Modi spoke, an enthusiastic crowd specially youth cheered him jubilantly. Many of them had worn Modi masks and Modi caps.
First Published: Oct 11, 2014 17:02 IST