BJP-led NDA Govt runs on Commitment, not Confusion: PM Modi
KalingaTV News Network
Cuttack: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that BJP-led NDA Government runs on commitment – not on confusion, while addressing the nation at the iconic Bali Jatra ground on the bank of river Mahanadi here to mark the completion of four years of his government.
“Jab desh mein confusion nahi commitment waali sarkar chalti hai tab hi surgical strike jaise faisle liye jaate hain. Jab confusion nahi commitment wali sarkar chalti hai tab hi ‘One Rank One Pension’ jaisa dashkon se atka hua faisla laagu hota hai”, Modi said.
The Prime Minister began his speech in Odia saying “Jay Jagannath, Cuttack ra bhai bhauni mananku mora pranam”. He also expressed gratitude to the legends of Odisha including Subash Chandra Bose, Gopabandhu Das, Harekrushana Mahtab, Madhu Babu, Rama Devi and others for their immense contribution in nation building.
Highlighting the achievements of his government in last four years, Modi said, “In these four years, the 125 crore Indian have come to believe that our India can change. Today, the nation is going from ‘Kala Dhan to ‘Jan Dhan’, from bad governance to good governance”.
Modi also narrated the success of Ujjwala Yojana, Jan-Dhan Yojana , MUDRA Yojana, Swachh Bharat Mission, Benami Property Law, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Yojana etc.
More importantly, the Prime Minister criticised the Naveen Government on Mahanadi river water issue.
“Over 50% of Mahanadi river water flows into Bay of Bengal. Centre had tried to resolve the problems but Odisha Govt didn’t come forward,” Modi said.
“Odisha Government has failed to utilise water of Mahanadi and five other Rivers despite ruling the state for several years”, he alleged the State Government saying farmers of Odisha have been suffering due to the Mahanadi water dispute.
The BJP-led NDA Government at the Centre completed four years in office today. It was on this day in 2014 when Narendra Modi was sworn-in as the Prime Minister of India.
Security was tightened in the twin city of Odisha- Cuttack and Bhubaneswar in view of Modi’s Odisha visit.