BHARUCH: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said those opposing the bullet train task need to take a trip on bullock carts.Modi made the remark while blasting the Congress for its criticism of the Rs 1.1 lakh crore project– which he said was “a negligible cost”– connecting Ahmedabad and Mumbai and to be constructed by Japan.He said the Congress government too desired the project but stopped working to
get it and so was now opposing it.”Those opposing the bullet train job should take a trip on bullock carts.
We won’t mind,”he informed an election rally at the Amod Sugar factory near this Gujarat city on the banks of the Narmada.Modi said the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail corridor to be constructed by the state-run Japan International Cooperation Company would open a huge job opportunity in Gujarat.”Envision what does it cost? work will it generate for the region, for Bharuch. I ask you where will the cement for the bullet train (infrastructure)originate from, iron come from, labourers come from? Will not that be from India? And who will be buying that? Japan. Right a huge deal?”Modi asked.He stated the UPA federal government under Manmohan Singh likewise desired the job but might not get it.”The NDA government got it at a negligible cost. So the Congress didn’t like that. My only grievance versus the Congress is that if they might not accomplish anything, why does it discomfort them when another person does it. “Modi took a jibe at the Nehru-Gandhi family over exactly what he stated their claim to have Gujarati origins and doing absolutely nothing for the state.” Exactly what good did they do to Gujarat? Did they even think of project like Roll on, Roll off ferry service? Throughout the years, the Congress has actually developed divisions between towns and cities, states, between people, in between the informed
and the uneducated, caste, neighborhoods. “However considering that the BJP formed the federal government in the Center, all these ailments have gone. When I was the Chief Minister, there was not a single day when they would not harm Gujarat.”He stated the 2 districts of Kutch and Bharuch having large Muslim populations witnessed”maximum advancement throughout the BJP guideline “. He stated the mega project of the Statue of Unity to install the world’s highest statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel will likewise add to the development of the region and bring in foreign visitors.The Prime Minister stated the federal government planned to develop some 1,300 small islands and
islets around the marine border of the state, a lot of which are even bigger than Singapore.”Envision these islands getting established as Singapore. For a much better tomorrow of Bharuch and Gujarat you need to vote for the
BJP.”The Prime Minister is on a two-day see to the state. On Monday, he will visit Dharmapur in Valsad district and then in Saurashtra’s Bhavnagar, Junagadh and Jamnagar.Stay as much as date on
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