Rajsamand: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made a scratching attack on Congress saying that "negative people do not have a far-sighted vision and they can not think beyond their political interests".The Prime Minister said some people are full with negativity and can't perceive any good things happening in the country during an event when he launched a number of development initiatives.
Today I inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of infrastructure projects worth over Rs 5500 crore. I appreciate the people of Rajasthan for these development projects. Our government is focusing on providing modern infrastructure in Rajasthan," the prime minister declared.
"We wouldn't have had to launch the Rs 3.5 lakh crore Jal Jeevan Mission if more medical institutions had been created earlier. We also wouldn't have had to deal with the doctor shortage. Negative people are unable to see beyond their own political interests and lack long-term perspective, he continued. He asserted that for rapid development, modern infrastructure is also required in addition to basic amenities.
Some people are so full with negativity that they are unable to notice any positive developments in the nation. They merely enjoy stirring up a fight. Although some people may have remarked, "Ki atta pehle, ya data pehle," history has shown that modern infrastructure is also required for rapid development in addition to fundamental utilities, he said.
The Prime Minster arrived in Rajasthan's Nathdwara and inaugurated projects worth over Rs. 5500 crore. These initiatives are aimed at improving the region's infrastructure and connections.
The road and railway sector's initiatives will also improve the socioeconomic circumstances of the local population by facilitating the transportation of goods and services, fostering trade, and boosting commerce.
The Prime Minister prayed at Nathdwara's Shrinathji Temple following his arrival. On the PM Modi's automobile, people were spotted sprinkling flower petals.
Later in the day, he will visit the Shantivan complex of Brahma Kumaris on Abu Road.