Piyush Goyal confident of BJP victory in 2019 polls

ST CORRESPONDENT
Monday, 21 January 2019

Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal is confident that the BJP will win with two-thirds majority in parliamentary election and return to power. He said irrespective of the mahagathbandhan, the BJP will come to power.

Mumbai: Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal is confident that the BJP will win with two-thirds majority in parliamentary election and return to power. He said irrespective of the mahagathbandhan, the BJP will come to power.

“In the last four-and-half years the government has achieved a lot. This period is known as low inflation rate and the economy is becoming stronger. We have brought good days and will bring better days in future,” he claimed. 

He was talking with the media at Mumbai BJP office. “Modi government has done lot of welfare work for the general public. The focus of the government is welfare of the public,” he said.
 
“One can build up fiscal deficits and show growth in short run, but to sustain in long-run, one will need strong leadership and ensure sustainability of both economy and environment. One will also have to ensure that we are recognised in the world as an honest country, as a country where business can be done with equal opportunity for everybody,” he said.

While talking about mega alliance of all opposition, he said even after the alliance the BJP will be in power with two-thirds majority.

“While focusing on welfare schemes, we have transparent and corruption-free governance. Internal security of the citizens has been increased and there is no single Naxal attack or terrorist attack occurred in the country in last four years,” he added. 

“The Railway Ministry is going to make the trains more secured, we have planned to install closed circuit TV cameras at 6,000 railway stations and will install CCTVs on 12,000 trains. All the stations will be connected with Wi-Fi and the CCTV connections will be made available in local police stations. This will make the trains safer,” he said.  

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