Deesa (Gujarat): PM Narendra Modi blamed opposition for disrupting Parliament and not allowing him to speak inside the house. He said that it is opposition who has forced him to speak in Jansabha in lieu of Lok Sabha.
Mentioning the decision of the demonetization, he said that the decision is not ordinary and it is full of difficulties. It is a difficult decision and I had said a lot of hardships and problems will be faced.
He further added that situation will be improved after the 50 days. He said that according to his calculation, the situation will turn towards normalcy. You will see after 50 days that the situation will slowly start improving.
He also slammed the Opposition for disrupting Parliament, saying he has been forced to speak out in jan sabha (among people) as he was not allowed to do so in Lok Sabha. "I had said from day one this is not an ordinary decision. It is full of difficulties. It is a difficult decision and I had said a lot of hardships and problems will be faced.
PM Narendra Modi, was here to attend a programme organized by the Banaskantha Cooperative Milk Producers Union (Banas Dairy) at Deesa in Gujarat. The event marked the launch of the celebration of the Golden Jubilee year of Banas Dairy.
On this occasion, the Prime Minister unveiled a plaque to mark the inauguration of a cheese plant and whey drying plant at Palanpur by remote control.
Addressing a huge gathering, the Prime Minister said that farmers of North Gujarat have shown the world what they are capable of.
The Prime Minister noted how drip irrigation has widely benefited farmers in the region. He added, “The farmers here turned to dairy and animal husbandry. This was beneficial for the farmers.” Shri Modi said that along with ‘Shwet Kranti’ (White Revolution) there is also a ‘Sweet Kranti’ (Sweet Revolution) as people are now being trained about honey products.
Speaking about demonetisation, PM Modi said that the Government has been successful in weakening the hands of terrorists and those in fake currency rackets.