AAP will continue to paralyze welfare schemes if returned to power: PM Modi in Delhi

NEW DELHI: The central government run by BJP will provide 'pucca' houses to all poor families by 2022, prime minister Narendra Modi He said Monday as he addressed an election rally before the February 8 assembly elections.

It will continue to paralyze welfare plans for people if they vote back to power, the prime minister said at the rally.

He said his government was finding solutions to problems of decades affecting the country and cited the regularization of unauthorized colonies to affirm that the BJP had fulfilled its promise to the people of Delhi.

We keep our promise to the people of Delhi that we will regularize unauthorized colonies, Modi said.

The BJP, he added, believes in the positivity and the interest of the country is supreme.

He told the meeting that India will not be driven by hate policies but by development policy.

In listing the achievements of his government, he cited the revocation, the Ayodhya verdict, the Kartarpur corridor and the Citizenship (Amendment) Law for persecuted minorities.

Prime Minister criticizes AAP for blocking central schemes in Delhi

Launching a scathing attack against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Modi, the BJP's chief crowd shooter, said: As long as (AAP) remains in power, it will continue to create obstacles to development. You have seen a lot. Now there is only one option left. That is why the BJP needs to come to power in Delhi.

Blaming the AAP for blocking Prime Minister Awas Yojana (PMAY) in Delhi, Modi said he would continue to block all positive movements.

Modi reminded people about the Kartarpur Sahib corridor and the repeal of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. He also projected the Citizenship Law (Amendment) as an achievement.

Modi points to Kejriwal to remove the AAP manifest from its website

Prime Minister Modi attacked the Prime Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, for removing the former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) manifesto from his website.

21 days ago, the AAP party removed its old manifesto from its website. Because people were seeing what they promised and how many of them were fulfilled, Prime Minister Modi said at an election rally here in the Karkardooma area.

Mr. Kejriwal, hide the manifesto, but we and the people of Delhi will not stop asking questions, he said and added that the BJP keeps all its promises.

The prime minister also said that the vote to be held on February 8 will not only be to form the government but to take Delhi's development to a new height.