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Congress uble to digest country's progress under Modi: BJP

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  30 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT

New Delhi, May 29: Attacking the Congress for spreading what it said was false propaganda against the government, the BJP said on Sunday that the opposition party was uble to digest the fact that the country was progressing under Prime Minister rendra Modi. “The Congress stands exposed today. It has given this country nothing but problems and we are trying to find solutions to those problems. But we are confident that the public will not be swayed by this false propaganda of the Congress,” BJP tiol secretary Srikant Sharma said in a statement here. He said the central government led by Prime Minister rendra Modi had set an example for others. “The previous UPA (United Progressive Alliance) government failed on all fronts. However, not a single case of corruption has come out (against Modi government) in the last two years. Even the opposition could not get anything against us. We have set an example for others,” he said.

Reacting to senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram’s statement on the status of job creation in the country, Sharma said he is a “failed” leader. “He (Chidambaram) is a failed leader of the earlier UPA government. It is because of his frustration that he is putting such questions on this government,” Sharma said. The BJP leader said: “Skill India, Start-up India and Stand-up India are some of the schemes launched by this government that have provided lots of employment opportunities to the youth.” Sharma said the Modi government had tried to change the country’s direction in the last two years. “This government ensured economic development with public welfare. It has been successful in its attempt of all-round development of the country,” he said. The NDA (tiol Democratic Alliance) government celebrated its second anniversary with a gala affair at the India Gate lawns here on Saturday. (IANS)

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