Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Tuesday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi government to stop blaming the Congress-led governments of the past and talk about what it had done in the last five years.
“Their argument that ‘what did they do in 70 years’ has an expiry date. Now BJP should tell what they have done in their five years during which they have been in power,” said Priyanka Gandhi.
She dismissed the allegation of BJP government that the Congress-led governments in the past are responsible for the problems the country is facing today.
“Be it farmers, youth or anybody, no one is satisfied with the BJP government,” Priyanka added.
While speaking to reporters in Bhadohi, Priyanka also rejected Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s claim that the state has progressed in the last two years. She said, “Report card, promotions, all of it sounds good but there is nothing on the ground. All people are in distress.”
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra kicked off her political campaign for the Lok Sabha elections from Prayagraj to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s parliamentary constituency Varanasi.
She is on a three-day boat ride on the Ganga as part of the Lok Sabha election campaign that will end on Wednesday in Varanasi.