After Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren on Thursday also faced some upsetting moments when the crowd which had gathered on the occasion of a foundation stone laying of New Incubation Facility at STPI Centre and NIELIT Centre by PM Narendra Modi, started hooting in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
As soon as Chief Minister of Jharkhand Hemant Soren came up on the stage for his speech, the audience of the rally started hooting at him.
Thereafter, Jharkhand CM said that we should value the significance of the rally because of all famous people are present on the stage. As we have PM with us, we must behave accordingly, he said.
Similar incident happened as Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was also booed by a section of audience in an event attended by Modi a few days back in Kaithal (Haryana), which prompted him to declare that he will never share a stage with Modi.
Taking a note of such incident, Maharashtra CM Prithiviraj Chavan, who too faced a hostile crowd during a PM function, did not attend a function with PM Modi at Nagpur.
‘Elect a majority govt’
In the function for the inauguration of a gas pipeline in Jharkhand, PM Narendra Modi asked the people of Jharkhand, which goes to polls this year, to elect a government with clear majority, saying he has been able to take quick decisions one after another because BJP enjoys a majority.
Inaugurating a clutch of projects, Modi told a public meeting that Jharkhand has the potential to become developed many times more than Gujarat but had not lived up to expectations because of fractured verdicts people gave in assembly elections.
PM also stressed on the need to have a stable government to take significant decisions.
“We (NDA) are taking decisions so quickly one after another because you have chosen a government with a clear majority. I would not have been able to do so without a majority,” Modi said, adding that compulsions of coalition politics would have hobbled him.
Prime Minister also emphasised on the balanced development and said a balanced development of all states was required to take India to the “pinnacle of development” and emphasised on stable governments to reach the goal.
“If we want to take India to the pinnacle of development, then no part of the country should remain weak,” PM Modi said, after laying the foundation stone for a slew of developmental projects and inauguration of some others.
He referred to how former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had a dream to see a developed Jharkhand that would shape the fortune of the country as well.
“But the state of things in Jharkhand is not acceptable,” he said, adding “a state, having natural resources and hardworking people, was not born to remain backward.”
“Together we should work and make the state developed with projects like that done today,” PM stressed.