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Updated on: Tuesday, November 23, 2021, 06:24 PM IST

'The 7.5 years of Modi govt have been a long chain of mistakes': Congress leader Pawan Khera

Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera along Party leader Rahul Gandhi accused the ruling government of trying to distract the attention of the people done by creating non-issues to hide their failures.
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Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera | Photo: Twitter Image

Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera | Photo: Twitter Image

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New Delhi: The Congress on Tuesday accused the BJP government of trying to divert the country's attention from real problems like price rise faced by common people to non-issues of caste and religion.

Party leader Rahul Gandhi raised the issue of the increase in GST on certain goods and claimed that the reality of 'achhe din', the BJP's poll slogan, is being continuously "exposed".

Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera alleged that prices of commodities of daily use are sky-rocketing due to which the masses are suffering.

"It appears as though there is Section 144 in the kitchen that you cannot keep more than four tomatoes or onions," he said, referring to the hike in prices.

"Why is it that the government keeps trying to distract the attention of the people from these issues to non-issues.

"We would not allow the collective attention of the country to be hijacked by this government by creating non-issues by hiding their failures," he told reporters.

Khera also alleged that the country was paying the price of the prime minister's mistakes.

"The 7.5 years of Mr Modi have been a long chain of mistakes, some acknowledged and some realised and some not. Why should the country pay a price for this series of these mistakes of Mr Modi," he asked.

The Congress leader said as a responsible opposition, they will not allow the attention of the country to be distracted and will keep bringing the narrative back on the everyday problems.

He said the government has realised some of its mistakes after the results of the recently-concluded by-elections and "'will realise them more in the next round of assembly elections".

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Published on: Tuesday, November 23, 2021, 06:24 PM IST
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