BJP launched one of the deadliest attacks against the Congress-led Baghel Government in Chhattisgarh by releasing a 104-page accusation letter in the media.
BJP’s national spokesperson Sambit Patra, while addressing a press conference in Delhi on Tuesday, levelled serious allegations of corruption, fraud, malpractices and misuse of government machinery to gain political mileage and issued a 104-page charge sheet against four and half years Baghel government rule in Chhattisgarh.
Even the stapler in our office fell short to staple these pages, he said.
In poll bound Chhattisgarh, making false promises, keeping them unfulfilled and cheating the public is the nature of Congress government, he said.
Rahul Gandhi was in Chhattisgarh on Monday, and the way he lied to the public became necessary to expose the ruling Congress government, he said.
"I want to show the real face of Congress. Rahul Gandhi made 316 promises in Chhattisgarh and kept them unfulfilled, undelivered," he alleged.
Patra complained that farmers of Chhattisgarh were bereaved of benefits of Pradhan Mantri Kishan Samman Nidhi because Baghel government did not do verification of beneficiary farmers despite them being registered. All the farmers did not receive their annual compensation of Rs 6000 per year due to the intentional conspiracy, Patra alleged.
The BJP national spokesperson indirectly identified CM Baghel as mythological villainous character Marich of epic Ramayana and alleged that the ruling party hand in gloves illegal corrupt nexus of officers, tradesmen looting the invaluable wealth including precious minerals, coal and others under patronage of Congress government.
He also alleged that in the name of Rajiv Gandhi Yuva Mitan Club, land worth Rs 132 crores were snatched from Gram Sabhas and distributed among the Congress workers.
Patra also targeted Baghel’s ambitious Bhent Mulakat Yatra campaign and said the CM made fake promises of Rs 1.28 lakh crores to the public.