Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi Monday said in Madhya Pradesh that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has blocked the "loot lobby" and controlled terrorism successfully.
Addressing a convention of BJP workers here, the Minority Affairs Minister said the BJP will retain power after polls, as PM Modi has ensured "development without discrimination".
"PM Modi's strong will power has ensured blockade of middlemen and the corrupt. Modi has taken a strict action against the 'loot lobby'. Each and every penny of public money is now spent on welfare of the poor," Naqvi stated in a release.
The minister stated the prime minister's policy of "development without Discrimination" has ensured that every section of the society has become an equal partner in the development process.
"The development works being carried out by the Modi government had not been taken place during 60 years of rule of the Congress governments," he said.
Talking about the security scenario, the minister said the previous government had adopted a lackadaisical approach towards the national security and terrorism, before BJP came to power in 2014.
"Before 2014, hundreds of innocent people had been killed in terror activities almost every month in one and another part of the country. But due to the 'zero tolerance' policy of Modi government against terrorism, terror activities have been confined to a few places in Kashmir only," he said.
Talking about upcoming elections, Naqvi said the BJP's "Sankalp Patra" would be the only such manifesto that will be prepared with the help, suggestions and participation of crores of people of the country.
Naqvi said the BJP was reaching out to the people across the country through various platforms like websites, WhatsApp messages and e-mails.
He said a campaign like giving a missed call on a particular number is underway to reach out to people.
Besides, 300 'sankalp Rath' vehicles are rolled out and as many as 7700 suggestion boxes installed to receive suggestions from people in various cities.
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