Amit Shah Exposes ₹12 Lakh Crore Scams And Corruptions By Congress
During a rally in Sirsa, Haryana, Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched scathing attacks on the Congress party and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), making serious allegations against both parties.
Shah accused the Congress of rampant corruption and alleged that scams worth ₹12 lakh crore occurred under the party-led UPA government at the center.
He compared this with the current government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, stating that it operates in a transparent manner, and even its opponents cannot accuse it of corruption.
Shah specifically targeted the previous Congress government in Haryana led by Bhupinder Singh Hooda, referring to it as a “3D Government of darbaris (courtiers), daamad (son-in-law), and dealers.”
He listed various achievements of the Modi government, emphasizing its strength and decisiveness. Shah highlighted the decision to revoke Article 370 of the Constitution, which granted special status to the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, despite opposition from various parties, including the Congress.
The Union Home Minister criticized the previous UPA government’s handling of terrorism, alleging that terrorists used to infiltrate from Pakistan and beheaded Indian soldiers, and accused the Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi-led government of remaining silent on the matter.
In contrast, he praised the Modi government for giving a befitting reply to terrorist attacks in Uri and Pulwama, asserting that Modi had made the country secure over the past 9 years.
Shah continued his criticisms while addressing a rally in Gurdaspur, Punjab, targeting Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and the AAP government.
He accused Mann of neglecting Punjab’s law and order situation and prioritizing ferrying Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Chief Minister, on nationwide tours.
Shah questioned whether Mann was a Chief Minister or a pilot, as he alleged that Mann was using the state aircraft to facilitate Kejriwal’s tours.
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Amit Shah also accused the AAP government of making hollow promises and not addressing the problems faced by Punjab, such as the drug trade and farmer distress.
He claimed that Punjab’s law and order situation was deteriorating while the Chief Minister remained focused on Kejriwal’s tours.
He exposed that Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann had no time to settle Punjab’s law and order, but his only job seemed to be to take the state aircraft for Arvind Kejriwal’s nationwide tours.