‘Brought government from closed rooms of Delhi to every nook and corner of India’: PM Modi
Keeping the farmers embroiled in problems has always been the basis of some political parties, PM Modi said
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday dedicated to the nation various developmental projects of worth more than Rs 3250 crore in Mahoba, Uttar Pradesh.
Stating on the occasion, he said these projects will help alleviate the issue of water shortage in the region and bring much needed relief to the farmers.
The Prime Minister also hit out opposition parties on this occasion, stating that in the last seven years, Mahoba has witnessed how the government has come out of the closed rooms of Delhi to every nook and corner of the country.
“This land has been a witness to such schemes, such decisions, which have made big and meaningful changes in the lives of poor mothers-sisters-daughters of the country,” the Prime Minister said.
Prime Minister Modi recalled his promise of freeing the Muslim women from the scourge of ‘Triple Talaq’from the land of Mahoba, the promise stands fulfilled today. Ujjwala 2.0 was also launched from here.
He said for the first time, the people of Bundelkhand are seeing the government working for its development.
“The previous governments did not get tired of looting Uttar Pradesh, we do not get tired of working”. He added when the mafia of the state is facing bulldozer, many people are crying, however, this hue and cry will not stop the development work in the state,” he said.
The Prime Minister said keeping the farmers embroiled in problems has always been the basis of some political parties. They do politics of problems and we follow the national policy of solutions. The solution to the Ken-Betwa link has also been found by our own government, after consultation with all the stakeholders.
Prime Minister Modi said the dynastic governments kept the farmers only in deprivation.
“They used to make announcements in the name of farmers, but even a single pie did not reach the farmer. Whereas from PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, we have so far transferred Rs 1,62,000 crore directly to the bank accounts of farmers”, the Prime Minister remarked.
The Prime Minister said the government is committed to make this region self-reliant in employment, to prevent migration from Bundelkhand. The Bundelkhand Expressway and UP Defense Corridor is also a great proof of this.