Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday launched a scathing attack on the Congress, blaming the erstwhile UPA government at the Centre for the delay in the completion of the construction of the Bogibeel Bridge, India’s longest rail-road link over the Brahmaputra river near Dibrugarh in Assam.
Addressing a public gathering after flagging off the first train on the Bogibeel Bridge in Dhemaji, PM Modi said, “Things have changed after May 2014 when topmost priority is being accorded to key projects. Delayed infra projects were adversely impacting India’s development trajectory. When we assumed office, we added speed to these projects and worked towards their quick completion”.
“We have changed the earlier ‘latkane bhatkane’ (dilly-dallying) work culture… Completion of projects within a time frame is no longer confined to paper but has become a truth in the real sense, Read More
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