Prakash Javadekar On Rahul Gandhi’s PM Aspirations

Prakash Javadekar mentioned a sensible tweet is not politics taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi. (File image)

Mumbai:  Union minister Prakash Javadekar today took a dig at Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s remark that he is completely ready to be the key minister, indicating there is no ban on “day-dreaming”. 

“The Congress has shed 20 states and it is in electric power only in a few of states now. If on that foundation, Gandhi is thinking of getting to be the key minister, then there is no ban on day-desires in this place,” Mr Javadekar mentioned.

Mr Gandhi had lately mentioned he is completely ready to come to be the key minister if his occasion emerges as the “most significant” occasion in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

Questioned if Mr Gandhi could pose a obstacle to Primary Minister Narendra Modi in the parliamentary elections next yr, Mr Javadekar mentioned, “A sensible tweet or huge communicate is not politics. It is significantly a lot more than that.” 

The BJP had only two lawmakers in the Lok Sabha in 1984 and it won 282 seats in the 2014 standard polls. The Congress was then 400, which lessened to 44, he pointed out.

“There are classes to be learnt by the Congress from our instance,” he mentioned.

Questioned about the current political scenario in Karnataka, he mentioned the southern state’s governor had invited the BJP by performing inside the constitutional framework.

“When we realised that we do not have the adequate energy, our main minister (B S Yeddyurappa) stepped down,” he added.

On the Punjab Countrywide Financial institution rip-off involving diamond merchant Nirav Modi, the BJP chief mentioned, “It took place through Congress period of time but we have arrested a lot more than 13 men and women in link with the case. We will seize their attributes unfold across the place.” 

On the BJP’s slogan of ‘Congress-absolutely free India’, the minister mentioned it indicates a place absolutely free of “crony-politics, lobbying and passing on positive aspects only to selected men and women.” 

“The negative society in politics, launched by the Congress, is what we have been opposing,” Mr Javadekar mentioned.

“I have observed that ladies in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar have given their toilets the identify of ‘izzat ghar’ as previously it was uncomfortable for them to go out in public,” he mentioned.

There are some 400 techniques in the place owning an outlay of Rs 3.25 lakh crore, which instantly receives deposited into the lender accounts, he mentioned.

“The then key minister, Rajiv Gandhi, had after mentioned that if he sends Rs 100 to the men and women, only Rs 15 would arrive at in fact. It was the Congress in electric power, from the Centre to village, and leaders ended up siphoning off money. We have stopped it,” Mr Javadekar mentioned.


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