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Congress Doesn’t Know ‘Lok Sewa’, Just Guarantees ‘Ghotala’, Says Nadda | India News


GUWAHATI: Expressing confidence that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will re-form the government in Assam, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Chairman JP Nadda attacked the Congress party on Saturday saying that “the only guarantee that it is expected of them is that they will make a scam wherever they go. ”
Speaking to ANI, about the five guarantees promised by Mahajot (Grand Alliance) to the tea garden workers in Assam, Nadda said: “Their five guarantees also included the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 (CAA). How can you a state law overturning a law passed? by the Union Parliament? They are deceiving the people. This is how they have deceived the people … The other name of Congress is ‘lie’. I can give you a guarantee that where Whatever Congress goes, they will do Ghotala (scam). They don’t know anything about Lok Sewa (public service). ”
He criticized the previous congressional government in Assam for not working for the tea garden workers and said the opposition party is doing “political tourism” in the state.
“What did (Congress) do in 40 years? What did the Gogoji (Tarun Gogoi) government do in 15 years? Tea garden workers were there when Congress was in government. They are coming and doing political tourism here. and explaining things to people. Do you know that under the ‘Assam Chah Bagicha Dhan Puraskar Mela Scheme’, we gave an amount of Rs 8,000 to 8 lakh tea garden workers? But they did it? What is their story? ” asked the BJP president.
He said that when he was Minister of Health, the government handed out 130 mobile medical units to workers in the tea garden.
“When there were job losses, Sabranad Sonowal introduced a plan to give 12,000 rupees to pregnant women, which has now increased to 18,000. The roads that Congress travels and makes promises are built by Sabranand Sonowal and the BJP government.” . Nadda said.
He added that the people of Assam have made a decision and have blessed the NDA alliance in the state.

Times of India