Modi Govt Not Acting on Corruption Allegations: Manmohan in Guj
Congress leader and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, on Thursday, 7 December, accused the BJP government of not taking enough steps to tackle the allegations of corruption leveled against them.
Speaking at Rajkot, Singh said that while the UPA government had dealt with corruption allegations in a very strict manner, the same could not be said of the Modi government.
On Economy & National Security
Singh also took a dig at the rate of economic growth under the ruling BJP during his press conference in poll-bound Gujarat,
Taking a potshot at the BJP government’s foreign policies, Singh said while answering a question on the state of national security:
Singh also rubbished PM Modi’s claims of having met and discussed the Narmada issue during the latter’s tenure as the Chief Minister of Gujarat.
Gujarat is gearing up for the state assembly elections, which will be held in two phases on 9 and 14 December.
(With ANI inputs)
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