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Delhi Assembly Election 2020: ‘Welfare Schemes Not Implemented,’ PM Modi Lashes Out at AAP in His 1st Rally Ahead of Polls
"After the announcement of the Delhi Assembly elections, this is my first rally. There is no need to say what Delhi wants, we can clearly see it here," PM Modi said.
New Delhi: Addressing his first rally in the national capital in the run-up to assembly polls- slated to be held on February 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday exuded confidence in the BJP’s victory in the upcoming election.
“After the announcement of the Delhi Assembly elections, this is my first rally. There is no need to say what Delhi wants, we can clearly see it here,” PM Modi said during his rally in Delhi’s Karkardooma.
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Raising the rhetoric for the BJP’s campaign in the capital, Modi asserted, “Article 370 was abrogated after 70 years, Ramjanambhoomi verdict came after 70 years, Kartarpur Sahab corridor was made after 70 years, India-Bangladesh border issue solved after 70 years, CAA came after 70 yrs, War memorial and Police memorial made after 50-60 years.”
“People who never thought that they will ever be able to get their home registry done in their lives, are now seeing their dreams come true,” Modi asserted.
The Prime Minister then went on to lash out at the ruling AAP, saying that it will keep stalling welfare schemes for people till it is in power. Further, he accused the AAP government of “not wanting to give houses to poor and blocking PM Awas Yojana” in the national capital.
“Till this Govt is in power in Delhi they will continue to put obstacles in welfare work. They don’t know anything except playing politics,” Modi said.
“We will provide ‘pucca’ houses to all poor families by 2022,” Modi asserted.
Speaking on the Union Budget 2020, PM Modi said that youths, traders, the middle class, the poor as well as women of Delhi will benefit from it.