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Ramanath Rai attacks Narendra Modi

Published On : 11 Apr 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: District in-charge minister Ramanath Rai said that people do not need Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat', and Congress listens to people's 'Mann Ki Baat'.

"The central government has utterly failed in its approach and this will help us in the forthcoming elections. Petrol and diesel prices have skyrocketed. Currently, one barrel is USD 140, but when UPA government was ruling we controlled the price of petrol and diesel even though BJP were a supporting party. Even price of gas has hiked up to Rs 800. This was almost double when UPA government was in power. This is nothing but anti-people policy taken up by the central government. GST and demonetisation had a heavy impact on the people and they never fulfilled their promises, however as always they preferred to make a U-turn.

"BJP is inconsiderate toward the situation of the people, but in the name of religion and disruption of peace in society they are gaining votes. The state government has lived upto the expectation of the people by fulfilling their promises through introduction of people friendly schemes, loan waiving of farmers, but the central government has never taken any concrete steps to waive farmers' loans. Dalits are agitated over frequent attacks on them and this has heavily impacted them.

District Congress president Harish Kumar, Mamatha Gatty, MCC chief whip Shashidhar Hegde, Santhosh Kumar Shetty, Padmanab Naringana and others were present.







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