Cong. chief says BJP spent 5 years in taking folks for a trip with falsehood, massive bulletins
Congress normal secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala on Thursday mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and different BJP leaders had flattered the folks of Assam solely to deceive.
The BJP management spent the 5 years in taking the folks of Assam for a trip with falsehood and massive bulletins made larger with vacuum.
“They made massive announcements for the development of Assam. The outcome has been zero,” Mr. Surjewala advised journalists in Guwahati.
He mentioned Assam had taken the second spot within the nation’s development index when the Congress dominated the State 5 years in the past, however the BJP-led alliance authorities pushed the State right down to the twentieth place.
Claiming that “Assam is now recognised as the most unsafe place for women,” the Congress chief mentioned 80,794 circumstances of crime in opposition to girls have been registered within the State within the final three years.
“The BJP has made Assam the hub of child trafficking too. Half of such cases in the country happen in Assam,” he mentioned, asking if the Prime Minister would care to deal with such points.
Mr. Surjewala additionally requested the Prime Minister if he deliberate to implement the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) after the Assam Assembly polls.
“Modiji promised to implement the CAA in West Bengal but said his government will not implement it in Tamil Nadu. Why is he silent about Assam? Why this double standard?” he mentioned.
The Congress normal secretary additionally slammed Mr. Modi and Mr. Sonowal for 20 mega tasks price ₹10,860 crore that had remained within the preliminary phases for a few years after their announcement.
“Modiji had promised to the public of Assam that 59 lakh out of 63.25 lakh rural families will get water under the Jal Jeevan Mission. But 56 lakh are still deprived of water after three years,” Mr. Surjewala reminded, additionally calling the “BJP bluff” on the well being of ladies and kids.
“The National Family Health Survey says 68.4% children aged 6-49 months in Assam suffered from anaemia in 2020, up from the 35% in 2015,” he mentioned.