Udaipur : Congress leader and former union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said the BJP had made big promises to the common man before coming to power. Modi had claimed to open a whole treasure of opportunities for the citizens but the reality is that after coming to power, he had to advice the youths to sell pakoras instead”, Scindia said taunting at the prime minister’s ‘Pakora’ statement. Scindia was addressing a rally at Bank Tiraha in the city on Monday.
He said the BJP government has dashed the hopes of the unemployed youth, health sector and law of the land has badly suffered in this rule. There are no doctors in government hospitals and no teachers in state schools. ” Modi has said that the poor will sleep peacefully while rich will suffer insomnia in the BJP regime but on the contrary 125 people died untimely due to his unwise and hasty decision of notebandi, Scindia said. ” Like a popular cold drink advertisement shown on television, he perhaps wanted to do something ‘ Tufani’ which increased the miseries of the poor people of the country”.
Slamming the policy of demonetisation, the MP said that the influential people got converted their black money into ‘white’, no rich person was seen in the queues outside banks while the needy people had to struggle to meet their daily requirments because of notebandi. Appealing support in favour of the Congress candidate Dr Girija Vyas, the senior leader said that if voted to power in the center, Congress would free the citizens from the burden of the Gabbar Singh Tax (GST).