PM slams opposition for hindering govt's bid for development

MOTIHARI (BIHAR): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday slammed the opposition allegedly for trying to break up society and “putting hurdles, from the Parliament to the streets” in the governments’ efforts to uplift the poor.
Without mentioning the RJD-Congress combine in Bihar, Modi commended chief minister Nitish Kumar for his “fight against the corrupt and anti-social forces in the state” and said the Centre stood firmly behind his efforts.

“From the streets to Parliament, roadblocks are being created in the government’s work. While the government is working towards uniting people and their hearts, some opponents are working towards breaking up society,” said Prime Minister Modi.

Mod’s remarks came in the wake of recent disruption of parliamentary proceedings by opposition parties over issues like dilution of SC/ST Act and their support to the “Bharat Bandh” recently called by Dalit and tribal organizations, which resulted in violence in several parts of the country.


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