BJP MP Bhagat Singh Koshyari has given a strong reaction to the announcement of the reconsideration of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in the Lok Sabha election manifesto of Congress. Koshyari said that removing AFSPA is not less than treason.
He termed Rahul Gandhi’s minimum income scheme as impractical. Congress is trying to please a particular community. On the Modi government’s five-year term, Modi said that the people are not connecting the hearts but connecting the country with air, rail and road too. In every sphere, the Modi government has done remarkable work, which is why the BJP is winning in the five seats of the state.
In a press conference in BJP state office, MP Koshyari said that there are good people in the Congress even today, not everyone is like Rahul Gandhi. Despite this, the announcement of the demolition of the army by removing AFSPA is beyond understanding. He said that – Rahul’s silence on the statement of former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s making a separate Prime Minister in Kashmir seems to be that Gandhi would not be able to become Prime Minister of the country, he must be thinking that joining hands with Omar and become Kashmir’s prime minister. .
He said that the Congress has announced the minimum income scheme, but where will the arrangement of Rs 3 lakh crore be made for this? On maintaining Article 370, Koshyari said that Congress is engaged in making a community happy.
Earlier, he felicitously praised the Modi government. MP Koshyari said that for the first time in the election history, they are seeing that not only BJP workers but there is a competition among the people that with how many lakhs of votes they can cast to win for their constituency.
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