Prakash Javadekar Lashes Out At Opposition Says, 'There Will Be Anarchy If There Is No Modi'

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| January 20 , 2019 , 17:56 IST

Union Human Resources Development (HRD) minister Prakash Javadekar on January 20 said there was no alternative to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and that there would be "anarchy" in his absence.

"They cannot present an alternative, so the condition in the country is like if there is no Modi, there will be anarchy," he said.

Mocking opposition parties' rally in Kolkata on Saturday, Javadekar stated that the opposition came together against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi but they do not have his alternative.

"Looking at yesterday's rally in Kolkata, where all the Opposition parties came together, it was evident that all these parties want to drive out Modi, but who is the alternative?”

Javadekar slammed the opposition leaders who took part in the United India rally at Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata.

Javadekar said the Kolkata rally showed the nervousness of the Opposition parties as they did not form any committee to draft a manifesto or a common minimum programme, but formed a panel on electronic voting machines (EVMs).

"It shows that they are already looking for an excuse for their possible defeat and it shows their nervousness," he said.

He further said that the opposition parties wanted a "majboor" government so that they could indulge in corruption.

"Whereas people want a mazboot government like the Modi government, which is eliminating corruption in the system and not sparing those involved in corruption," he said.

He even pointed to various campaigns and said, "We are going to run a campaign -- 'mera ghar BJP ka ghar' -- in the coming days, under which those who support the party and want to vote for it will hoist the party flag atop their houses."

He added that in the next three months, the BJP would reach out to each and every booth in the country, showcase the work done by the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government in the last four-and-a-half years and expose the Opposition's "hollow politics".

Javadekar also stated that the party is confident of getting more seats and more votes in the upcoming general elections. He said, "We will significantly increase our tally in West Bengal, Odisha, and the North-East."

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