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Gujarat Cong Chief Gohil Calls BJP Manifesto ‘Jumla Patra’, Reminds Party Of 2014 Promises

| Updated: April 15, 2024 12:40

Terming the BJP’s manifesto for the Lok Sabha election as a “jumla patra (rhetoric or empty promises)”, Gujarat Congress president Shaktisinh Gohil said the BJP had not given an account of the promises it made since 2014.
Gohil said in 2014, the BJP had said a task force would be created to bring back black money, and every person would get a sum of Rs 15 lakh in their bank accounts, but it had not materialised.
“The had BJP said the Indian rupee will become stronger against the dollar, but it is at the weakest point now. The BJP had talked of improving the law and order situation in the north-east, but look what has happened in Manipur,” he said.
Gohil added that the BJP had also said 100 smart cities would be created, but that promise has also not been delivered. “The 2024 manifesto says nothing about Chinese incursion in Indian territory and the fact that 3,950 civilians and security personnel have been killed in Jammu and Kashmir in the past 10 years.”
He added prices of LPG, petrol and diesel were also beyond the reach of the common man.
“Employment generation of 2 crore every year means 20 crore jobs but, on the other hand, 13.7 crore jobs were taken away,” Gohil stated.
“The BJP’s anti-farmer policies, which promised to double farmers’ incomes, have rather reduced it to half and doubled their expenditure,” he added.
He also questioned the manner in which the manifesto was released Sunday. “For one hour and 40 minutes, the press conference on the manifesto was held. After which not even a single journalist was allowed to ask a question. Is this democracy? Nobody is allowed to ask a question. It is not a ghoshna patra but a jumla patra,” he said.

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