‘9 saal, 9 sawaal’ : Congress releases document on Modi govt’s 9 years

Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh on Friday said the grand old party wants to ask nine questions to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the completion of nine years of the Modi government.

“On the completion of 9 years of the Modi Government, the Congress party wants to ask 9 questions to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We are also releasing a document for the same ‘9 saal 9 sawaal’,” Ramesh said.

The Congress party also said nine years of the PM Narendra Modi-led Central government were filled with failure and misery for the country. It has alleged that the government did not fulfill its promises and people had to bear the brunt of unemployment and demonetization of Goods and Services Tax (GST) among others.

It claimed that people had to bear the brunt of inflation, unemployment, and “dictatorial” decisions in these nine years.

“Today Modi government completes 9 years. These are ‘9 years of failure’. There are 9 years of misery in the country. In these 9 years, people had to bear the brunt of inflation, unemployment and dictatorial decisions. The Modi government, which came to power on the basis of jumlas, did not fulfil even a single promise. Just kept on giving date after date,” tweeted Congress roughly translated into Hindi.

“As- Promise to double farmers’ income by 2022. Promise to give house to all by 2022. Promised to give 15 lakhs by bringing black money. Promise of 2 crore jobs every year,” the grand old party further tweeted. 

In another tweet, Congress accused the Modi-led BJP government of unleashing federal agencies on Opposition leaders. “Suppress someone who raises a voice, crush him, put him in jail, bulldoze him. Show fear of ED, CBI. If there is no government, buy power on the basis of money and kill democracy”.

“These are ‘9 years of failure’. Now people are tired of them. The Karnataka election is proof of this, where the public directly rejected PM Modi and his corrupt government. This wave of discontent has started from the South which will engulf the whole country. The public is waiting and will give a befitting reply,” the grand old party added. 

Narendra Modi was sworn in for the first time as Prime Minister on May 26, 2014, and PM Modi took oath at the office for the second term on May 30, 2019.

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Updated: 26 May 2023, 02:48 PM IST

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