Congress leader also attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying no one was happy with his government.
BHADOHI, UP — Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Tuesday slammed Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for the bogus claims on governance of the state government saying his report card on completing two years in power, reads well but nothing has really been achieved.
“There is a difference between the reality and what they speak. Yogi’s report card promotion sounds good but there is nothing on the ground,” she said.
“I have been meeting every section of society, including farmers and Anganwadi workers. All are in distress. They have got nothing,” Gandhi said here, reports IANS.
Priyanka is on a three-day boat ride on the Ganga as part of the Lok Sabha election campaign that will end on Wednesday in Varanasi, Modi’s parliamentary constituency.
She also attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying no one was happy with his government.
“Be it farmers, youth or anybody, no one is satisfied with the government. Together they will change the government this year,” Priyanka told media demanding to know what Modi had done in the last five years.
Referring to the Chief Minister’s claim that the Congress had ruled Uttar Pradesh for most years since independence, she said: “What did they (Congress) do in 70 years argument also has an expiry date. Now they (BJP) should tell us what they have done in five years (since Modi took power).”
(With agency inputs)