Modi govt’s performance lacklustre: AAP


Team Udayavani, May 27, 2018, 1:11 PM IST

New Delhi: Dubbing the four-year-old Narendra Modi government’s performance as “lacklustre”, the AAP today said few Indian governments had been so detached from reality as the current dispensation. 

AAP national spokesperson Dilip Pandey alleged that the BJP dispensation had not fulfilled a single promise made by it in its manifesto.

“For most sections of society, conditions have only deteriorated since 2014. Few governments in our history have been so detached from reality as the current Narendra Modi government. The government’s lackluster performance cannot be compensated by full-page advertisements splashed across newspapers,” Pandey said as the Modi dispensation completed four years in office.

Questioning the BJP government for its “inability” to govern, AAP MP Sanjay Singh said the most accurate expression of the country’s sentiments today is – “Modi Sarkaar ke 4 saal, desh ho gaya hai kangaal” (The country has turned pauper in the four years of Modi rule). 

Singh said farmers were in deep distress as they did not get a respectable price for their produce. 

“The women of India were promised a more secure environment. No progress has been made on this front. Two crore jobs were promised to India’s youth, but unemployment is rampant today,” Singh said.

He alleged that “large corporations and businessmen” have been allowed to “loot” public banks and flee the country and every single policy the BJP opposed during the Congress rule, whether it was foreign direct investment (FDI) in retail, Goods and Services Tax (GST) or Aadhaar, has been introduced by this government and is “using them to break the back” of India’s small and middle businesses.

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