Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Srinagar, April 16: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said Congress’ take on AFSPA will be in favour of militants.
While addressing a poll rally in Chhattisgarh’s Korba, Prime Minister Narendra Modi targeted Congress saying the grand old party’s announcement of diluting AFSPA is pleasing to militants.
“Congress’ hand is with the people who want to divide India. Jawans from Chhattisgarh are protecting from Jammu and Kashmir but Congress's hand is weakening them,” said PM Modi.
"People have seen a helpless and corrupt government in the past, and rampant corruption charges in the form of sugar scams, ration scams and the urea scandal," he said.
The Congress and its 'mahamilawati' friends desperately want to oust this 'chowkidar' because of the BJP's onslaught on corruption, he said.
Maintaining that there is no dearth of resources, Modi said the previous dispensations never paid attention to proper utilisation of funds and natural resources, while his government has taken concrete steps for its optimum use.