"We are going to try. Congress party's strategy is two fold -- to disturb and delay. They will never be able to derail it", Jaitley said. Accusing the Congress of taking an anti-development approach, he said it was following 'politics of obstruction'.
 
"Congress had run a failed government and therefore do not want to see the colour of success coming to somebody else. That is why Congress politics is only the politics of obstruction", he said.
   
Jaitely said the country's politics was getting polarised between those who want India to grow and those who want to block it.
   
"There is a public opinion and political opinion which wants India to grow. Regrettably, Congress party has positioned itself against this growth process," he said.
    
Asked if NDA had finalised seat sharing talks in Bihar where Assembly polls are to be held next month, Jaitley said, "It was fairly at an advanced stage. I do not see any difficulty in finalising it."

 

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