Pm Narendra Modi Congress Could Not Held Elections In Puducherry Even On Orders Of Supreme Court – PM said- Those teaching me the lesson of democracy did not conduct elections in Puducherry even on the order of Supreme Court


Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday attacked the central government and said that there is no democracy in the country. At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today surrounded the Congress and said that some people are teaching me the lesson of democracy, but have not been able to hold elections in Puducherry even after the Supreme Court order.

Inaugurating the Ayushman Bharat Scheme in Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, I would like to congratulate the people of the state for strengthening democracy. The DDC election has written a new chapter in the history of Jammu and Kashmir. Despite the cold and the corona epidemic, people reached the booth.

In fact, recently the District Development Council (DDC) elections were held in Jammu and Kashmir, it was believed that it would not be easy to conduct elections in the midst of terrorist incidents, but the Election Commission has done this task very well.

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Attacking Congress, PM Modi said, “These elections in Jammu and Kashmir also showed how strong democracy is in our country.” But there is another side to which I want to draw the attention of the country. Despite the Supreme Court’s order in Puducherry, panchayat and municipal elections are not happening.

He said, you will be surprised, the Supreme Court gave this order in 2018. But the government which is there is constantly avoiding the matter. Local body elections were held in 2006 after decades of waiting in Puducherry. The tenure of those elected in these elections has ended in the year 2011 itself. But elections have not been held here yet. We held three-tier elections in Jammu and Kashmir within a year.

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Speaking about the success of the DDC election held in Jammu and Kashmir, PM Modi said, “There was a time when we were part of the Jammu and Kashmir government, but we had left that power pleasure.” Our point of leaving the government was then to conduct panchayat elections, give the villagers of Jammu and Kashmir their right. He said, over the years, we have worked day and night to strengthen grassroots democracy in Jammu and Kashmir at the grassroots level.

The Prime Minister said, the people of Jammu and Kashmir have strengthened the roots of democracy in these elections. This three-tier panchayat system in Jammu and Kashmir has fulfilled Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of village Swaraj. The Panchayati Raj system in the country has achieved perfection on the land of Jammu and Kashmir today. These elections in Jammu and Kashmir also showed how strong democracy is in our country.

He said that the central government is constantly trying to ensure that the people of the village have the greatest role in the development of the village and in view of this, more power is being given to the institutions associated with Panchayati Raj, from planning to implementation and maintenance.


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