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Will fulfil all promises:BJP

Will fulfil all promises:BJP
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Will fulfil all promises:BJP, The 10-year UPA rule came under sharp attack in the BJP\'s National Council meeting here on Saturday, which unveiled the new government\'s future plans and policy prescription in domestic and foreign affairs arena in a political resolution, which hailed the \"strong and able\" leadership of Narendra Modi.

New Delhi: The 10-year UPA rule came under sharp attack in the BJP's National Council meeting here on Saturday, which unveiled the new government's future plans and policy prescription in domestic and foreign affairs arena in a political resolution, which hailed the "strong and able" leadership of Narendra Modi.

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi lighting the lamp as BJP President Amit Shah and senior leaders LK Advani, M M Joshi, Rajnath Singh, M Venkaiah Naidu and Arun Jaitley look on during the party's National Council meet in New Delhi on Saturday. (PTI)

The resolution assured the people that the government would keep up its good performance and would redeem the pledges given to the people in a definite time frame.

"We have many challenges on the national and international arena. The government has started on a positive note. It is focusing on education, health, agriculture, water, irrigation, infrastructure, urbanization and overall job creation.

The party appealed to people to become partners in progress. On price rise, the resolution said that Congress-led UPA government had promised to contain price rise within 100 days but after coming to power they not only raised their hands but throughout its regime failed to take adequate and concrete steps to contain price rise.

The resolution claimed that a veritable shift has come in the work culture in the ministries after the NDA government took charge.

On the foreign affairs issue, it said that in line with the "Neighbours First" policy, Modi made his first foreign visit to Bhutan while in the BRICS Conference, India registered its strong position.

"The most important factor of this meeting was setting up of a Development Bank whose name was suggested by Modi as New Development Bank. The headquarters of this Bank will be in Shanghai and its first Chairman will be from India. Leading the charge against UPA government, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the "tax terrorism" and "policy paralysis" were the buzz words during the Congress regime and the Narendra Modi government's challenge is to change that atmosphere.

"They were a liability on the economy of this country, when they were in power. They want to continue to be a liability even when they are in Opposition," Jaitley said alleging that the opponents of the government were making all efforts to discredit it.

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