Modi has taken over Indira Gandhi’s constituency of poor, Oppn has lost the plot: Javadekar

NEW DELHI, May 12:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in an invincible position, having taken over the traditional Congress constituency of the poor under Indira Gandhi because  of his work for the deprived and the downtrodden, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said here today as the NDA government is completing three years in office this month.
”The Opposition has lost the plot.They are not understanding why the Prime Minister is becoming popular with the poor ,” Mr Javadekar said in an interaction with journalists at the agency’s headquarters here.
There was a new kind of governance brought in by the Prime Minister and there was a completely new order in place under which there was no scope for corruption and no role for power brokers, he stressed.
The Prime Minister had given full freedom to bureaucrats and was  directly talking to secretaries, inviting their suggestions and also acting on their input, he said.
The unique thing about the Modi government was that it was becoming more and more popular as it becomes older, while usually, other Governments begin to suffer from anti-incumbency factor the more time they remain in office, he said.
Mr Javadekar stressed that the Prime Minister has been able to establish a connect with the ”Dalit, Shoshit and vanchit,”( Dalit, the exploited and the deprived).
The Minister pointed out that the change brought in by the National Democratic Alliance Government was  visible on the ground as there were no more food shortages, scarcity of coal, urea and foolproof systems had been put in place to check their diversion.
Moreover, the Modi Government had established dialogue with all chief ministers, whether of BJP or Opposition ruled state.
”There is no more a discrimination of the Congress days when all BJP-ruled states were treated differently.The Madhya Pradesh government was not provided even sacks for storing foodgrains,” he said.
The Opposition were indulging in negative politics in which they were just opposing everything the Prime Minister did and the result was that they were finally seen to be standing against everything that was pro-poor  the step of demonetisation taken by the Prime Minister, Mr Javadekar said.  (UNI)


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