Past Governments Didn’t Trust Abilities of Indian Ctizens Says PM Modi

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Past Governments Didn’t Trust Abilities of Indian Ctizens Says PM Modi

Rajgarh: Hailing BJP icon Shyama Prasad Mukherjee while launching the Mohanpura irrigation scheme and laying the foundation stone for drinking water projects in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a swipe at the Congress, saying that “a single family” had not allowed others to rise in independent India. Modi, who was addressing a rally at Rajgarh, MP, said the people ruling in the past – a clear reference to the Congress – did not trust the abilities of India’s citizens. 

Seeking to draw a distinction between the past Congress and UPA governments and his own four-year term, the prime minister said his was a forward-looking government and had a confident vision for 21st century India. Modi also credited Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s 13-year-rule for tackling the water crises and all-round development in the state.