"Horror film of 100 days' ... Congress leader Kheda lashes out at BJP govt
New Delhi, Sep 9: Congress leader Pawan Kheda has lashed out at the BJP-led central government for alleged mismanagement in various sectors.
Led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the central government is celebrating 100 days in office since being re-elected with a massive mandate.
While the government is trying hard to highlight its achievements during this period, the opposition parties, including the Congress, have attacked it for allegedly poor governance.
"Many programs of 100 days are being discussed. But this period of 100 days was like a horror film," Kheda told the media on Monday.
"A minister was saying that he broke the record, 30 bills have passed, this is the character of this government, he has passed so many bills, brought the train, won so many states, the election is as much as your achievement," he added.
The Congress leader accused the government of killing transparency and alleged that massive corruption has taken place in the process of extending the lease of several mines.
"In running the government, you are zero in transparency. Now the court has asked the government that you have extended the lease of many mines for 50 years. There was no tender process, Late Jaitley ji wrote a blog that the auction should be the root, The court also said the same but extended the lease of 358 mines," Kheda said.
"The court asked 5 months ago, yet again in August, but the answer has not been received yet, which industrialists are benefiting, the states also get revenue from this auction, but you also took away their rights in your greed," he added.
Kheda also accused the government of harming the federal structure of the country.
"Staying in opposition, you used to talk about the federal structure. We want to know why this bill was not sent to the Parliamentary Committee?" he said.
"There has been a minimum loss of 4 lakh crores for the country, who has benefited and how much should be investigated," he added.
The Congress leader also accused the government of failing on the diplomatic front.
"Pakistan is trying to raise Kashmir issue in UNHRC, but leaving Azhar Masood at the same time clearly shows what is the reality of Pakistan," he said.
Â Raman Kumar, News24
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