'PhD in betrayal': PM Narendra Modi fires fresh salvo on Congress
He also claimed that Congress used to refer the Maoists as “revolutionaries”. And the rise of Maoists in Chattisgarh is because Congress was boosting their confidence.
“What kind of politics is this? On one hand, we are working towards the security and development of the country and its tribal and backwards areas. On the other hand, there is a conspiracy to push the state into violence. You need to beware of such people,” he said.
“Congress has announced that if they form the government, they will remove the sedition law. This mean that those who want to spread terror in the country will be given a free hand, they will not be punished? Should the sedition law be removed?,” PM Modi added.
Talking more about the development in the state, PM Modi said, “Does Chhattisgarh want landmines or does it want electricity and water pipelines?"
He went on to attack the Congress government in Chhattisgarh for not having provided the list of farmers to the Centre for it to disburse the money to the state’s farmers under the PM Kisan Yojana.
“The Congress has decades of experience in betraying the people. It has done a PhD in betrayal. Neither their intentions nor their policies are honest,” he said.