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Congress manifesto brought out to confuse voters: BJP



Congress manifesto brought out to confuse voters: BJP

BJP nationwide spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi. File
| Picture Credit score: Shiv Kumar Pushpakar

The BJP on April 5 termed the Congress’ manifesto for the approaching Lok Sabha polls a “bundle of lies”, which was introduced out to “create confusion among the many voters”, because the social gathering, regardless of being in energy for a lot of the historical past of unbiased India, had not fulfilled any of the guarantees made in its earlier manifestos. BJP nationwide spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi additionally alleged that the Congress manifesto had used pictures of Thailand, which, Mr. Trivedi known as Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s “favorite place”, and one from Buffalo in america.

Mr. Trivedi stated the Congress, which dominated the nation for a number of many years, was speaking about ‘nyay’ (justice) as we speak, however its governments didn’t do justice when in energy.

Responding to the Congress’s endeavor in its manifesto for a caste-based census and OBC reservations, Mr. Trivedi stated that the historical past of each the Congress and the socialist events such because the Samajwadi Occasion and the Rashtriya Janata Dal, which had benefited politically from the Mandal politics of the Nineties, “uncovered the lie”. “The Kaka Kallelkar report got here out throughout a Congress authorities, as did the Mandal Fee report, which got here out in 1980, however each have been ignored. The Janata Dal authorities beneath V.P. Singh introduced the implementation of the Mandal Fee report [which recommended reservations in government jobs and educational institutions for Other Backward Classes], on August 7, 1990, regardless of Independence Day being only a week away. He did this, and [the late socialist leader] Sharad Yadav had written about this, as a result of then Deputy Prime Minister Devi Lal, with whom V.P. Singh was at odds, was to carry a large rally on August 9 which may have led to the break up of the Janata Dal,” he stated. “That is the dedication to OBC rights that the Opposition has proven as in comparison with what Prime Minister Modi has performed of sabka saath, sabka vikas [with everyone, development for everyone],” Mr. Trivedi added.

The Congress launched its manifesto for the Lok Sabha polls on April 5, terming it “Nyay” with a bit on what all it is going to be repealing with regard to the choices taken by the Modi authorities, together with PM Cares and the Agnipath scheme for brief time period recruitments within the armed forces.

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