Deoghar: Politics of short-cut leads to short-circuit, PM Modi said in opposition

Prime Minister taking a jibe at the opposition parties Narendra Modi He warned on Tuesday against doing “short-cut” politics based on populism, saying it could destroy a country. The Prime Minister said that there is no substitute for hard work.

Addressing a BJP rally in Jharkhand’s Deoghar where he inaugurated AIIMS and a new airport, he said, “The country is facing a big challenge of short-cut politics, but this is a bigger truth. That is the country whose politics is based on short. There may be a short-circuit in the cut… it may destroy the country.

“We have to take India Reach new heights as it is completing 100 years of independence by hard work alone… It is very easy to get votes from the people by taking populist measures, by adopting shortcuts without thinking of far-reaching consequences,” the PM said.

Modi also said that India is a land of faith and spirituality and pilgrimages have shaped us as a better society and country.

PM’s 12 km road show

In Deoghar, the Prime Minister also led a 12-km road show. Most of the saffron-clad people chose the route of Modi’s convoy. The PM greeted the crowd and greeted the people with folded hands.

The entire route was decorated with banners and posters to welcome the PM. The crowd raised slogans of ‘Modi-Modi’, some people showered flowers on his convoy as security personnel struggled to clear the way for the prime minister.
The PM inaugurated and laid foundation stones of projects worth over Rs 16,800 crore during the day.

The PM also offered prayers at the Baba Baidyanath temple in Deoghar, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in the country, amidst chanting of Vedic mantras. Located about 270 km from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand, this temple attracts thousands of pilgrims every year on the occasion of Shravani Mela that begins on July 14.

(with PTI inputs)

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