4 years of NDA rule better than 48 years previous Governments,says Naqvi
Rampur: The Narendra Modi government has carried out more developmental works in its four years than opposition parties during their 48-year rule, Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi claimed on Tuesday. He exuded confidence that the NDA would win an absolute majority in the 2019 general elections on the back of the works it carried out.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's commitment to inclusive growth had ensured welfare of the poor, the youth, farmers, minorities and women, a BJP statement quoted the minority affairs minister as saying.
The minister claimed that "there is an atmosphere of trust" and development among all sections of society including minorities due to the government's policy of empowerment without appeasement .
He made the comments while inaugurating a number of projects under the Centre's multi-sectoral development programme (MsDP) here.
Developmental works carried out by the Modi government in the last 48 months for socio-economic-educational empowerment of the needy, including minorities, did not take place even in the 48-year rule of the Congress and its allies, the statement read.
The NDA would win an "absolute majority in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections on the basis of the works done for development, democracy and dignity and will again form the government", Naqvi added.
The minister hailed the Yogi Adityanath government in UP, saying "it is working with complete sincerity" to uplift each section of society. UP would soon become one of the most developed states of the country, he said.
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