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Government will completely solve price rise in next six months: Rajnath Singh

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Jamshedpur : Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday addressed a rally in Baghbera raised the issues of development which the new government has started under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

While addressing an election rally at Baghera Railway Ground under Naxal infested Potka Assembly area of East Singhbhum, Singh said that there was no scope of violence in a democracy and joining the mainstream will pave way for better tomorrow.

He went on to say that Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government at Centre is taking mass scale initiatives of development. Apart from decreasing prices of petrol and diesel, schemes like Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana have played an important role. He said that within six months of the Modi led Government India has led a global mark.

Singh also lashed at the UPA Government for increasing the burden of the poor and the middle classes by triggering rise in price of essential commodities.

Comparing NDA rule with that of UPA he said that the during the BJP led Government the prices of essential commodities were cheaper and the common man was happy but the Congress has left the poor n lurch.

Appealing to support BJP�s Potka candidate Meneka Sardar, he said the Government is concerned of the local issues of Potka like unemployment and civic amenities.

He said that he will sit with the authorities and carved a solution to the issues. He said that the State does not have dearth of quality manpower. In order to help youth to hone their skills to improve their employability, the Government will take initiatives.

He alleged that during the reign of UPA corruption was rampant and even today poor people in the State have been deprived of welfare schemes.

He said: �I have full faith that the people of Jharkhand will vote BJP back to power because the party has always worked for the development and progress.�

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