Congress slams BJP, TDP for breaking promises
Former minister and Congress leader Sake Sailajanath denounced the “poor performance” of BJP government’s three-year-rule at the Centre and that of N Chandrababu Naidu in the state.
Anantapur: Former minister and Congress leader Sake Sailajanath denounced the “poor performance” of BJP government’s three-year-rule at the Centre and that of N Chandrababu Naidu in the state.
Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, Sailajanath said that the two parties had taken the people for a ride and went back on many of their election promises.
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The former minister said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi as Prime Minister had failed to deliver on his main promise of bringing back stashed in the Swiss and other international banks. His demonetisation scheme was a misadventure which caused immense problems to middle class and helped the moneyed-class.
“The Prime Minister has failed to create one crore jobs to the youth as promised. The common man and the farmers are unhappy with his rule. In the state, TDP rule is far worse than the BJP’s at the Centre. Naidu could not build even a wall in Amaravati for capital.
Except showing Singapore buildings to the people of the state in his publicity campaigns, nothing concrete has happened,” he said. Sailajanath said TDP’s election promises, including loan waiver, had proved empty and debt redemption to Dwcra women was proved a big lie.
All sections of people are disappointed with Naidu’s rule and people would vent their ire at him at the right time, he said.
The Chief Minister could not bring additional funds for the state nor secure Special Category Status, he said adding that there was nothing to celebrate for people except waiting for their time to express their dissatisfaction in 2019.Local leaders, including K V Ramana and district president Kotaiah were present.