Modi changed the ‘culture of politics’ with his work: Nadda in Himachal in the polls
Shimla, April 9 (PTI) BJP National Chairman Jagat Prakash Nadda on Saturday credited Prime Minister Narendra Modi with changing the ‘culture of politics’ by being proactive in implementing various social service initiatives .
Nadda was here to address a public meeting as part of her three-day visit to her home state of Himachal Pradesh. He also took part in a national assembly road show in Peterhoff on the first day of his visit on Saturday.
He said it was a 185 crore double dose vaccination, surgical or airstrikes in Pakistan or the safe evacuation of 23,000 Indians from war-torn Ukraine, the government Modi worked with determination in all areas.
Nadda, who is also a member of Rajya Sabha, claimed that BJP governments had tried to “give” the state hills, while previous Congress governments were still planning to “grab” the state.
Continuing his developments, he said that the then Manmohan Singh government withdrew the special category from Himachal Pradesh, obliging the State to pay 40% of the share and the Center 60% for carrying out the development works. in the state. When Modi became prime minister in 2014, he restored the status of the state, paving the way for only 10% from the state and 90% from the Center to be contributed for various development works, Nadda added. “Everything we said, we did. Whatever we say, we will do (Jo kaha tha kiya hai, Jo kahenge vo karenge),” he said.
The BJP leader said the party went to voters in states, where assembly polls were held recently, with his report card, and the people re-elected the party in four states, adding that the trend will continue in the Hills State as well where elections are scheduled for later this year. Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur and Union Minister Anurag Thakur also highlighted the good work being done by the BJP dispensation at the Center and in the state.
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