Modi government achieved ‘nothing’ in 5 years, says Chidambaram


NEW DELHI: Senior Congress Leader P Chidambaram on Monday accused the BJP government of not fulfilling the promises they made five years ago and said that they had accomplished “nothing”.

The former finance minister said that the Narendra Modi-led government started its term in 2014 with promises of progress, employment and depositing money into people’s bank accounts, but now its promising grand temples. statues and doles.

His remarks hinted the latest inauguration of the world’s tallest statue of Sardar Vallabhai Patel by the Prime Minister and also the promise of BJP to build a temple at Ayodhya, which is the birthplace of Lord Ram.

“At the beginning of five years, the promise is for development, jobs and money in every citizen’s bank account. Nothing achieved at the end of the five years, the new promise is for grand temples, giant statues and doles,” Chidambaram said in a tweet.

With the 2019 general elections fast approaching, the Congress leader has been aiming the Prime Minister and his government over its supposed failure to fulfil the pre-poll promises made by BJP.

With inputs from PTI

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