Dushyant Kumar Gautam, national general secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), criticised the Indian National Congress (INC) for allegedly failing to eradicate poverty and corruption and claimed that his party had succeeded in bringing about changes in the nation by fostering a true democratic system without adhering to the family rule.
A brief about BJP national general secretary says that “We have already achieved the dream of poverty eradication”
BJP activists who stood up for the common people, according to Mr. Gautam, who was speaking at the beginning of a State-level meeting of BJP officials in the city’s Mararji Bhavan.
“Now, we firmly believe that we are in charge of the nation. Aside from launching a number of innovative welfare projects for the grassroots empowerment of people, we have already succeeded in our goal of ending poverty, he said.
The BJP leader outlined how the Union administration met its goals for 100% electrification and potable water provision in rural regions while also building three crore homes for the country’s impoverished. “About 12 crore people benefited from the comfort station projects alone. The prompt approval of cooking gas hookups benefited over 10 crore citizens, he noted.
He stated that not a single instance of corruption had threatened the BJP-led government at the federal level while highlighting some of the accomplishments made over the previous nine years. “Some people now point the finger at the government at Adani since they have no other issues with the current administration. He said, “The Congress is behind such measures because they are angry about not receiving any commission for carrying out charity programmes.
In his presentation to the gathering, BJP State President K. Surendran claimed that Kerala was experiencing a fascist government led by a completely isolated Chief Minister who was discovered to be bothering the impoverished residents. He attacked the State-wide jadha by the leaders of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) against the “anti-people policies” of the Central government, claiming that it was really intended to free their own party from the control of thugs and drug dealers.