Congress Unveils BJP ‘Chargesheet’ With Eye On Elections; Check Out The Charges

New Delhi: As the Rahul Gandhi-spearheaded Bharat Jodo Yatra enters its last leg in Jammu & Kashmir, Congress party is wasting no time to create awareness about its next big campaign — Hath se Hath Jodo Yatra.

With an eye on nine state assembly elections this year, followed by 2024 Lok Sabha polls, the grand old party on Saturday revealed details of its next mass contact programme and released a ‘chargesheet’ against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

“The so-called governance model of the Modi government benefits his businessman friends while keeping the public in the dark. In 9 years, Indians have witnessed Jumlas, broken promises, escalating communal tension, record unemployment & zero accountability!” Congress wrote on its Twitter handle, along with its elaborate list of accusations against the saffron party.

Taking a dig at BJP’s slogan ‘Sabka saath, sabka vikaas (development taking everyone along the way)’, Congress twisted it to ‘Kuch ka sath (supporting a few), kuch ka vikas (development of select few)’ and ‘Sabke sath vishwasghaat (deception with everyone)’ to make its point against PM Narendra Modi’s party.

Targeting the PM, Congress alleged that “Modi flew to Delhi to take oath in a businessman’s private jet whose wealth grew 50 times since 2014”.

Claiming that the top 10% of the country’s richest own 64% of India’s wealth, Congress said that loans worth Rs 72,000 crore of “Modi’s friends” were waived off, while not a single loan of farmers was waived off.

Congress, looking to turn around its fortunes after a series of electoral debacles, also ridiculed BJP over international rankings, including Hunger Index, Press Freedom, Democracy Index.

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