Terming Congress leader Rahul Gandhi as an inexperienced and immature political leader, Punjab’s Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today said that he was a complete ‘misfit’ for the coveted post of Prime Minister of the country.
Badal said that Rahul Gandhi was incapable of running the affairs of the Union government, adding that the country would be ruined if an inexperienced person like him becomes its Prime Minister.
Equating Gandhi with a novice driver, he said that the country’s bus will certainly topple if a person like the ‘Nehru-Gandhi scion’ was driving it. “The national Vice President of Congress hardly has any administrative experience as he had been neither a minister nor held any other public office but unfortunately in dearth of any other capable leader, the sycophant Congress leaders are day dreaming to make him the Prime Minister of country,” Badal said, adding that how can a person who is not even aware of the basics of governance hold the coveted office of Prime Minister of the country.
The Chief Minister further said that it was writing on the wall that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will become the next Prime Minister of the country as the countrymen were eagerly waiting to elect an able and efficient administrator like him for this coveted post. Terming that there was hardly any comparison between Modi and Rahul Gandhi, he said that both the leaders are poles apart from each other as the former is an experienced leader while the latter is totally ignorant of public life.
Badal said that Modi wave was blowing across the country and the NDA would form government at the centre, with a thumping majority.
Punjab’s Chief Minister said that in order to give a major push to education in this region, the Punjab Institute of Technology will be constructed by Punjab Technical University (PTU) here at a cost of Rs 30 crore. He said that this institute would be pivotal in imparting technical education to the students of this region thereby enabling to excel in life.
He said that the state government will minutely examine the matter of problems faced by the candidates appearing in the exam for the recruitment of the Food and Supply Inspectors on Sunday adding that any decision regarding it would be taken soon.
“The state government was committed to provide basic civic amenities in all the cities across the state for which a major scheme has already been embarked. SAD-BJP government was taking due care towards ensuring the well being of the disadvantaged sections of the society for which a number of welfare schemes like Atta-Dal, Mai Bhago Istri Vidya, Bhagat Puran Singh Sehat Bima Yojna and others have been launched,” he added.
He added that soon the beneficiaries of the Atta-Dal scheme would be doubled and they would be provided Atta @ of Re 1 by the state government.