The Congress party in Karnataka on Saturday released a 40-page booklet highlighting the failures of the BJP government at the Center on various fronts. Former chief minister Siddaramaiah released a booklet titled ‘Varsha eight, avantar hundred and eight’ (eight years, one hundred and eight failures) ahead of the BJP national executive meeting in Hyderabad.
“We are releasing this booklet on the occasion of BJP organizing its National Working Committee meeting in Hyderabad, which will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP National President JP Nadda. The points raised by the BJP should be answered. booklet, they won’t do it,” the Congress stalwart told reporters.
He alleged that BJP has failed to bring back the black money and has not been able to give it ₹He said that as promised by Modi in 2014, Rs 15 lakh per family, BJP has failed to curb corruption, has not been able to provide two crore jobs to the youth, and has not doubled the income of farmers.
“Inflation is skyrocketing, life of the poor is difficult, they (BJP) said they will bring. good day Siddaramaiah said that it is not visible in the country.
BJP is celebrating eight years at the Center saying that it has fulfilled its promises and created an atmosphere of harmony but eight years have been tough for the people, the former chief minister said.
“The last eight years have been difficult for the poor, Dalits, farmers, labourers, women and minorities. The BJP’s national executive meeting in Hyderabad was a fest of lies as it failed to fulfill any of the promises made in 2014.” Siddaramaiah alleged.
Accusing the BJP government at the Center of betraying the people by not fulfilling its election promises, the Congress recalled Prime Minister Modi’s two-day visit to Karnataka on June 20 and 21, during which the BJP blitzed the state for two days. He demonstrated the achievements of the last eight years.
However, he alleged that the Center has not released Karnataka’s share of the revenue from here.
“In the last eight years ₹Only 19 lakh crores of revenue has come in Karnataka ₹4 lakh crore was released but 42 percent revenue income, somewhere close ₹Eight lakh crore should have been given to the state,” Siddaramaiah alleged.