Rahul Gandhi to Ask PM Narendra Modi One Question Every Day in Run-Up to Gujarat Polls
The Congress said party vice-president Rahul Gandhi would demand answers for 22 years of BJP rule in Gujarat and the promises made to the people.
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi at an election rally at Muvada Chokad in Dahod, Gujarat on November 26. (PTI Photo)
Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala on Wednesday said Gandhi would ask a question to the Prime Minister every day.
"Rahul Gandhi is asking a question every day, why did mis-governance of 22 years create such a situation," he tweeted.
Gandhi wrote on Twitter on Wednesday "22 salon ka hisaab, Gujarat mange jawaab. (Gujarat demands answers for 22 years of BJP)".
He said he would demand answers for 22 years of Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) rule in the state and the promises made to the people.
"First question to the Prime Minister on the state of affairs in Gujarat -- In 2012, promises were made to provide 50 lakh new houses but built 4.72 lakh in five years. Will the Prime Minister tell, whether it will take another 45 years to fulfil the promise?" Gandhi posted on Twitter.
22 सालों का हिसाब,— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) November 29, 2017
गुजरात मांगे जवाब।
गुजरात के हालात पर प्रधानमंत्रीजी से पहला सवाल:
2012 में वादा किया कि 50 लाख नए घर देंगे।
5 साल में बनाए 4.72 लाख घर।
प्रधानमंत्रीजी बताइए कि क्या ये वादा पूरा होने में 45 साल और लगेंगे?
22 सालों का हिसाब,#गुजरात_मांगे_जवाब— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) November 30, 2017
गुजरात के हालात पर प्रधानमंत्रीजी से दूसरा सवाल:
1995 में गुजरात पर क़र्ज़-9,183 करोड़।
2017 में गुजरात पर क़र्ज़-2,41,000 करोड़।
यानी हर गुजराती पर ₹37,000 क़र्ज़।
आपके वित्तीय कुप्रबन्धन व पब्लिसिटी की सज़ा गुजरात की जनता क्यों चुकाए?
Congress spokesperson Deepender Singh Hooda said he hoped Modi and the BJP would answer Gandhi's queries on "22 years of mis-governance" in Gujarat.
"We expect that the Prime Minister and the BJP to find time and answer the questions asked to them by Rahul Gandhi," he said.
"The BJP is working for the super rich and middlemen. The party's (BJP) economic policy was at the cost of the poor," he added.
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