Says Congress a 'laughing club', looting public money

Says Congress a 'laughing club', looting public money

Says Congress a 'laughing club', looting public money

Hitting out at the Congress party in Kangra, which is running the current government in the state, PM Modi said that Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister is embroiled in corruption yet Congress in manifesto says there will be zero tolerance for corruption.

"Congress has now become a laughing stock".

The Prime Minister then attacked the ruling Congress on corruption with an interesting take on how the Grand Old Party sees the Swachhta Abhiyan. "The country has suffered enough under decades of Congress rule, the people have now decided not to spare the Congress", PM Modi said.

He accused the Congress of plundering public money and said his government had taken on the responsibility of ending corruption.

"We have to save this dev bhoomi from the Congress and the 5 rakshas - mining mafia, forest mafia (which is cutting down forests), drug mafia, tender mafia (which promotes nepotism) and transfer mafia (in the bureaucracy)", he said.

"PM Modi also accused the Congress and its top leaders of questioning the BJP government on matters "that any Indian would be proud of".

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The PM also brought up India's first PM Jawaharlal Nehru with reference to the Jan Sangh, which he said was created to counter the Congress through the efforts of leaders like Shanta Kumar, a former CM and a BJP candidate. Himachal people and Gujarat people should ask them what is the Congress' stand on the issue of Rohingyas. "I am for winning three-fourth of the seats so that there is no impediment in development and smooth running of the government", he said. The corrupt wanted to get rid of the NDA Government.

Surjewala further added that while he snatched the special category status from the state in 2015 (while restoring it temporarily in 2017), Prime minister Modi and his government has not fulfilled their promises of raising import duty on apples or laying the railway line from Mandi to Leh in Kashmir.

Castigating the Congress for raising questions on the surgical strikes a year ago, he said no party or individual had ever questioned the credibility of the Army.

Regarding the launch of the "Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik" (UDAN) scheme between Shimla and Delhi, Surjewala said the central government's scheme has failed completely.

"The Congress has insulted the Army and sacrifices made by jawans to defend Kashmir... it was shameful that no leader dared to criticise the senior leader who demanded greater autonomy for Kashmir", he said.

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