On Friday, Amith Shah, the President of BJP said that the Narendra Modi government is the most absolute and transparent. The country has never seen a single case of corruption against it, and the rules of this state for this last three years has ended the casteism, it has the family of standards and the compromising politics. While greeting the press conference and it is to mark the third anniversary of the Modi government, Mr Shah said that could not achieve for last 70 years that was made by this government within this short period.
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By the way, he also touched the concerns about the unemployment in that he is saying it was not possible to give jobs to every person in the country of 125 crores.
“We have tried to give new perspective to employment as it is not possible to provide employment to everyone in a country of 125 crore people. We are promoting self-employment and the government has made eight crore people self-employed,” Mr Shah told reporters.
That the remarks came to Amid that he renewed the attack done by the Opposition on the government’s employment numbers.
“Modi government had promised to give employment to two crore youths annually but actually it had been able to give jobs to only 1.35 lakh people in 2015 and in 2016 toit could give jobs to about as many people,” Congress spokesman Abhishek Manu Singhvi said
But by closing the previous Congress led by the UPA government, Mr Shah said that the earlier political establishment was marked by the policy paralysis and with the string of scams. By opposing, even the opposition parties have not able to be on the level of a single charge of corruption against the Modi Government.
“The BJP government following Modiji is the most absolute and transparent government; it is not a paralysed government,” Mr Amith Shah said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is marking three years in office this month these events scheduled for three weeks. The programmes have titled as MODI Fests (Making of Developing India Festivals), which allow the BJP to promote the Prime Minister’s name while also acronym-ing, a typical tactic of the party.