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"His mind keeps changing": Priyanka Gandhi on PM Modi's '400 paar' slogan

May 28, 2024 04:49 PM

Una : Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi on Tuesday came out strongly against PM Modi over the '400 paar' slogan and said that earlier he used to speak about it but now he doesn't, adding that his mind keeps on changing.


"Earlier he used to speak but now he doesn't speak. His mind keeps changing. What I know is that people are tired of their politics. They want that there should be talk on inflation, unemployment and on several serious issues," Priyanka said.


Earlier today, in an interview with ANI, PM Modi said that the last phase of the general elections will be the last stage of the people who dream big and make false promises.
On being asked about whether he thinks that the BJP will cross 400 seats as the last phase of the elections is approaching, PM Modi said, "I can see many things in it. One, our new era will begin. There is a sign in it. Secondly, the people who were dreaming big and making big promises, this is the last stage for them as well. This is not just the last stage of elections; this is the last stage of their situation as well."


Meanwhile, speaking at a rally in Hamirpur in Himachal Pradesh Priyanka Gandhi accused the BJP of ignoring Himachal during the floods. "Soon after our government was formed, a disaster struck Himachal Hundreds of people were left homeless, schools and roads were destroyed Every Congress leader worked for the people during the disaster Narendra Modi, who calls Himachal his second home, did not even come to see you," she said.


She further accused the BJP of trying to topple the elected government in Himachal Pradesh by using money power. "In democracy, people are supreme- this is the ideology of Congress. But today a different kind of politics of BJP has emerged, which takes the name of religion but does not follow the path of religion. Religion teaches us to speak the truth and have respect for the people. But BJP tries to topple the government elected by the people on the basis of money and power," she said.


In another election rally in Kutlehar she alleged that PM Modi had not kept any of his promises made during the 2019 elections. "The public placed their faith in Modiji and made him win. He told the public that... I will bring back black money from foreign countries I will deposit 15 lakh rupees in people's accounts I will provide 2 crore jobs every year I will double the income of farmers. But he did nothing. Now at the time of the elections, Narendra Modi has come to ask for votes from you, but he is not telling you what happened to the old promises?

Himachal Pradesh goes to the polls in the last phase of elections on June 1. In 2019 the BJP won all four seats in the state and the Congress will be hoping to upset the BJP this time. The results will be declared on June 4.

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