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    Narendra Modi challenges Manmohan Singh to a debate on development

    Modi, BJP's election campaign committee chief, deplored that Prime Minister's Independence Day speech did not have a tough message for Pakistan.



    Narendra Modi.

    Pitching himself firmly as BJP's prime ministerial candidate even before being formally anointed, Narendra Modi on Thursday launched a blistering attack on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on national security and challenged him to a public debate on governance, saying the nation is "restless for change".
    He also slammed the Prime Minister for India's "weak and feeble" response to provocations from Pakistan and China and attacked him over a variety of issues ranging from corruption to the Centre's flagship food security bill.
    Modi, who had on Wednesday said the nation would compare his speech with the Prime Minister's on Independance day, repeatedly referred to President Pranab Mukherjee's address to the nation last evening to flag concerns about national security.
    "The President says patience has limits. What is the limit, where is the border line? It has to be decided by the government in Delhi. How long will we be patient?
    "The question is not of Pakistan alone. Today, national security is under threat. The Chinese intrude into our land and we keep mum. When Italian soldiers come and kill our fishermen, when Pakistanis behead our soldiers, we get concerned," Modi said in his Independence Day address at a college in Bhuj.
    Modi, BJP's election campaign committee chief, deplored that Prime Minister's Independence Day speech did not have a tough message for Pakistan.
    "I know the constraints of the Prime Minister due to imperatives of international relations, the need for having good relations with neighbours. Lal Quila is not a place to challenge Pakistan but it is definitely a place from where the morale of Indian army can be raised," he said.
    In his extempore speech in Hindi, Modi rebutted Singh on several issues and said the "nation is restless for change".
    "I had expected the Prime Minister to do something that would boost the confidence of our jawans, to give our army the strength, but regretably that did not happen. I share the concern voiced by Rashhtrapatiji in his address to the nation," Modi said.
    Mukherjee had voiced his concern over the killing of five Indian soldiers on August six by Pakistan Army along the Line of Control in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir. The President had also warned Pakistan that "patience has limits" and that all necessary steps will be taken to ensure internal security and protect territorial integrity.
    Taking forward his political battle, Modi dared the Prime Minister to a public debate on governance and development.
    "You are ruling a big country, we are managing a small state. I challenge the Prime Minister to a debate on the issue of development and good governance. A contest between the government sitting in Delhi and Gujarat," he said.
    Targeting the PM repeatedly for his speech at the Red Fort, Modi said, "I am wondering that despite your name being included among those who have unfurled the tri-color on maximum occasions, you are saying the same things which were said by Pandit Nehru in his first address to our nation." "The same problems and concerns are highlighted by you today which were mentioned by Nehru in his first speech. The question arises what did you do for the past 60 years," he asked.
    "Mr Prime Minister, you have referred to former Prime Minister Narsimha Rao while talking about the prevailing economic conditions of the country. But I want to ask you who is responsible for the way our Rupee is getting devalued, the way it is heading towards crisis," he said.
    "Suppose we don't immediately fix the responsibility, but at least you could have told the nation how you will strengthen the rupee, what economic steps would be taken. Instead you blamed it on global recession and said India cannot be left untouched by global recession," Modi said.
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  • #2
    He should do it in the Parliament house.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by a_decent_1 View Post
      He should do it in the Parliament house.
      Congress are not always awake outside or inside parliament






      Kamalnath, Kapil sleeping duringPMO speech
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      • #4
        Digvijay Singh challenges Narendra Modi to a debate on development

        Launching a frontal attack on the Prime Minister, Modi on Thursday issued a challenge to have a competition on development between Gujarat and Delhi.

        Digvijay Singh.

        Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Thursday challenged Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi to a debate on development after the latter taunted Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on the occasion of 67th Independence Day.
        Singh said Modi’s lust for becoming the Prime Minister had crossed all limits.
        “No chief minister has ever used such words against the honorable Prime Minister on Independence Day. I think, at this point of time, we all should unitedly work for India’s progress,” said Singh.
        “I don’t know what has and what has not taken place in Gujarat; you leave aside the Prime Minister, and have a debate with Digvijay Singh, I am ready for it,” he added.
        Launching a frontal attack on the Prime Minister, Modi on Thursday issued a challenge to have a competition on development between Gujarat and Delhi.
        “When we talk about independence, the map of Gujarat naturally flashes before our eyes. Both the non-violent and revolutionary paths to independence went through Gujarat,” said Modi in his Independence Day speech at Bhuj.
        “Both Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel were from Gujarat and so were many illustrious revolutionaries who hailed from Kutch,” he added.
        Holding the Prime Minister responsible for corruption and rising inflation, Modi said: “Even after 60 years, we are still slaves.
        Modi also criticized the Prime Minister for taking a soft stand against Pakistan.
        “I expected PM would make a strong statement from Red Fort. Prime Minister should have talked tough from the ramparts of Red Fort,” he said.
        “The Red Fort should have been used to boost the morale of our armed forces especially after the recent incidents at the border,” he added.
        Earlier on August 6, five Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistani Specialist Forces on August 6 along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch District.
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        • #5
          Here are the 10 things Mr Modi attacked the PM on:


          1. Development: The Gujarat Chief Minister challenged the Prime Minister to a debate. "Come let us have a competition on development between Gujarat and Delhi. Our shortcomings will come forward and so will your good deeds." (Highlights)
          2. Pakistan: Narendra Modi pointed out that the President in his address to the nation on the eve of Independence day had sent a strong message to Pakistan asking them not to "test the limits of India's patience". But, Mr Modi observed, the PM did nothing to assuage the President's concerns. "Today we never got to hear anything from the Prime Minister about this (the attack along the LoC). I don't believe that the Red Fort is a place to target Pakistan but it is a place where we can boost the morale of our troops." (Read)
          3. Significance of Bhuj: "I am standing here in Kutch from where my voice reaches Pakistan first and Delhi later." (Watch)
          4. Dynastic politics: Mr Modi questioned why the Prime Minister mentioned only the Nehru-Gandhi family during his speech. "In your speech from the Red Fort, Mr PM you remembered only one family. Wouldn't it have been befitting to remember freedom fighters like Sardar Patel or Lal Bahadur Shastri?"
          5. Congress rule at the Centre: "The PM in his speech mentioned the same problems that Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru mentioned in 1947. So what have they been doing for all these years?"
          6. Online trolls: In typical fashion and to loud cheers, the Gujarat Chief Minister quipped, "Mr Prime Minister, your brigade is busy targeting Modi on their computers. Don't they have a world beyond Modi? On Independence Day, they could've at least sung the national anthem."
          7. Corruption: Hinting at the recent charges levelled against Railway Minister Pawan Bansal and Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, Mr Modi said, "Pehle maama-bhaanje ke serial aate they, aab saas, bahu aur damaad ke serials bhi aane lage hai (Earlier soaps involved uncle and nephew but now they involve mother-in-law, daughter-in-law and son-in-law)"
          8. Food Security Bill: "There are many shortcomings that I've highlighted but the PM won't discuss. People in Delhi are putting salt on plates of poor, someone claims you can get a meal for Rs. 5, another says Rs. 10. Garibon ki thaali mein sarkaar acid chhirak rahi hai.(This government is spraying acid on the plates of the poor.)"
          9. PM's "miles to go" comment: Mr Modi took a dig at the UPA's 10-year regime and said, "TV channels, the media say this is PM Manmohan Singh's last speech from Red Fort. He says he has miles to go. Which rocket does he intend to take to cover these miles?"
          10. On Independence: "The country has become independent but have we achieved what our freedom fighters fought for? There is need for independent thought. We need to learn how we can free ourselves from a slavish mentality."


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          • #6
            Originally posted by Undercover View Post
            Digvijay Singh challenges Narendra Modi to a debate on development



            Launching a frontal attack on the Prime Minister, Modi on Thursday issued a challenge to have a competition on development between Gujarat and Delhi.

            Digvijay Singh.

            Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Thursday challenged Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi to a debate on development after the latter taunted Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on the occasion of 67th Independence Day.
            Singh said Modi’s lust for becoming the Prime Minister had crossed all limits.
            “No chief minister has ever used such words against the honorable Prime Minister on Independence Day. I think, at this point of time, we all should unitedly work for India’s progress,” said Singh.
            “I don’t know what has and what has not taken place in Gujarat; you leave aside the Prime Minister, and have a debate with Digvijay Singh, I am ready for it,” he added.
            Launching a frontal attack on the Prime Minister, Modi on Thursday issued a challenge to have a competition on development between Gujarat and Delhi.
            “When we talk about independence, the map of Gujarat naturally flashes before our eyes. Both the non-violent and revolutionary paths to independence went through Gujarat,” said Modi in his Independence Day speech at Bhuj.
            “Both Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel were from Gujarat and so were many illustrious revolutionaries who hailed from Kutch,” he added.
            Holding the Prime Minister responsible for corruption and rising inflation, Modi said: “Even after 60 years, we are still slaves.
            Modi also criticized the Prime Minister for taking a soft stand against Pakistan.
            “I expected PM would make a strong statement from Red Fort. Prime Minister should have talked tough from the ramparts of Red Fort,” he said.
            “The Red Fort should have been used to boost the morale of our armed forces especially after the recent incidents at the border,” he added.
            Earlier on August 6, five Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistani Specialist Forces on August 6 along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch District.
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            • #7
              Modi is getting a little over-confident about Gujarat.
              He needs to give credit to the Gujjus and other businessmen who have an equal contribution in the development of Gujarat.

              Sometime you feel that Modi tries to convey that he alone is responsible for all the growth. As it stand, Gujarat still has a lot of problems when it comes to corruption at government offices. No doubt that Gujarat is among the best, but lets keep it aside for the moment. Lets talk India now.

              I am a little dissapointed to see Modi play the same Political game as everyone else.
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              • #8
                Also,
                He came to Punjab and supported Parkash Singh Badal, when everyone knows that Badal is against the Businessmen in Punjab. He has been trying to push the businessmen out of Punjab ever since he came in power.

                Look at the taxes a Company has to pay for an outlet in Punjab.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by a_decent_1 View Post
                  Modi is getting a little over-confident about Gujarat.
                  He needs to give credit to the Gujjus and other businessmen who have an equal contribution in the development of Gujarat.

                  Sometime you feel that Modi tries to convey that he alone is responsible for all the growth. As it stand, Gujarat still has a lot of problems when it comes to corruption at government offices. No doubt that Gujarat is among the best, but lets keep it aside for the moment. Lets talk India now.

                  I am a little dissapointed to see Modi play the same Political game as everyone else.
                  if u have heard his recent speech on 15 august he has given credit to all the gujraatis and previous chief ministers of Gujraat , he never said that he alone responsible for growth of gujraat

                  but as a CM hee has every right to tell his govt. achievements to everyone specially those who remember gujraat for riots only
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by amitsush View Post
                    if u have heard his recent speech on 15 august he has given credit to all the gujraatis and previous chief ministers of Gujraat , he never said that he alone responsible for growth of gujraat

                    but as a CM hee has every right to tell his govt. achievements to everyone specially those who remember gujraat for riots only
                    You missed the point of him Supporting Parkash Singh Badal.
                    Would love your comments on that.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by a_decent_1 View Post


                      You missed the point of him Supporting Parkash Singh Badal.
                      Would love your comments on that.
                      i don't know much about prakash singh badal and his working style so can't comment on that ,

                      and being a CM of other state how can he interfare in other states govt., may be supported him bcoz of he is ally of NDA
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by amitsush View Post
                        i don't know much about prakash singh badal and his working style so can't comment on that ,

                        and being a CM of other state how can he interfare in other states govt., may be supported him bcoz of he is ally of NDA
                        Well,
                        Badal has completely opposite ideology than Modi. That is all you need to know right now.

                        And Modi still supports him because he is an ally. This defeats the belief of a common Punjabi who sees a bright future with Modi as PM.

                        Also, Akalis are known to be anti-Hindu and pro-Sikhs. They set up a memorial for the Khalistani terrorists who murdered Hindus.

                        How could Modi support them..? Is he just another Politician..?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by a_decent_1 View Post
                          Well,
                          Badal has completely opposite ideology than Modi. That is all you need to know right now.

                          And Modi still supports him because he is an ally. This defeats the belief of a common Punjabi who sees a bright future with Modi as PM.

                          Also, Akalis are known to be anti-Hindu and pro-Sikhs. They set up a memorial for the Khalistani terrorists who murdered Hindus.

                          How could Modi support them..? Is he just another Politician..?
                          we as public are also not less then any politicians , instead of supporting major parties we do vote for such regional parties and situation is now that no major party can form govt. without support of such parties
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by amitsush View Post
                            we as public are also not less then any politicians , instead of supporting major parties we do vote for such regional parties and situation is now that no major party can form govt. without support of such parties



                            People are more responsible for this situation than politicians.
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                            • #15
                              How to rectify it..?

                              Mostly Sikhs living in villages vote for Badal, because he gives them "free electricity". They form a Majority.

                              He increased the price of Electricity from Rs.4 to Rs.7 for urban population to give free electricity to people who vote for him. Not to mention, there are 6-10 hour cuts in Punjab and the Industries are forced to shut down 3-4 days a week if there is power shortage.
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