Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his reply on Thursday to the motion of thanks on President Ram Nath Kovind's address in the Lok Sabha took on the Mahagathbandhan or "Maha-Milawat" sarkaar.
PM Modi contrasted between a government of alliance and a government of full-majority while directing his attack towards the 'United Front' alliance of over 22 regional and national parties.
He said, "In 2014, after 30 years the people of this country choose a government with a full majority, and the country has witnessed what happens when a government of 'milavat' (mixed) is in power and now a maha-milawat government (massive-adulteration) is going to come."
He put forth the benefits of a full majority which enables the government to make decisions and that too at an accelerated pace.
He said, "If there a government of the full majority, it can take decisions and with a faster pace. Maha-milawat is not going to reach here. The country has seen this situation for 30 years, the people wanting a healthy democracy will stay away from this."
"You can gather them in Kolkata, they won't be able to look at each in Kerala. This maha-milawat was thrown out in Uttar Pradesh," PM Modi added, citing the Akhilesh Yadav's SP and Mayawati's BSP alliance in the state without Congress.
The Lok Sabha on Thursday took up the motion of thanks on President Ram Nath Kovind's address to the joint session of Parliament on the first day of the Budget Session which took place on January 31.
Presenting a virtual report card of the Modi government's tenure, President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday highlighted its various development works and commitment to social justice in his Parliamentary address, as he asserted the Modi government has worked to build a "New India" after assuming power in 2014 when the nation was passing through "uncertain times".