Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra began the party’s campaign for the Madhya Pradesh election on Monday by attacking the BJP on everything from corruption to failed job promises. She said, “The BJP’s list of frauds was longer than the insults made of the opposition party. In the past 220 months, BJP has committed 225 frauds. Also, called the BJP MP CM Shivraj Chouhan the “ghoshna veer” (king of announcements). She urged people to vote based on the facts, the future, their faith in God, and their loyalty.” Priyanka performed the Narmada puja and vowed to defend the Narmada River at Gwarighat in the city.
Priyanka Gandhi launched the Congress’s campaign in Jabalpur and criticized the BJP government over corruption and unemployment
In the company of senior leaders, including Kamal Nath, president of the MP Congress, Priyanka attended the Narmada ceremony at Gwarighat in the city.
Congress’s Madhya Pradesh Election campaign launched from Jabalpur by Priyanka Gandhi
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, a Congress leader, launched the party’s campaign for the Madhya Pradesh elections on Monday by criticizing the BJP on everything from fraud to promises of jobs.
Priyanka said at the Jabalpur rally that only 21 government jobs had been created in the state over the previous three years by the BJP administration. According to Priyanka, the BJP makes lofty promises during elections but fails to follow through on them, accusing the people of Madhya Pradesh of being “used” for the past 18 years.
“I have witnessed numerous double and triple-engine governments, yet the people of Himachal Pradesh and Karnataka responded appropriately to those governments. Your past 18 years of experience were incorrect. You have been taken advantage of,” she replied.
“The BJP’s list of frauds was longer than the insults they have made of the opposition party”
She also referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remark during the Karnataka election campaign warning people against the Congress’s “fake guarantees,” saying that the BJP’s list of frauds was longer than the number of insults he has directed at the opposition party.
Priyanka condemned the ‘Saptarishis’ that had been set up on the grounds of the Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain, claiming that “the BJP has not even spared Gods.” The ruling BJP party was accused of corruption by the opposition Congress party, which claimed that it “didn’t keep even the holy Mahakal apart from its loot.”
BJP has committed 225 frauds in 220 months
“They have carried out 250 frauds, one per month. Public perception will be the most affected by this. When government ministers just concentrate on loot, they neglect to consider the fundamental concerns of the populace. They believe their position of authority will never change. They recently released information for ladies. They took this action because there will be elections in six months. Why did you wait to reveal this when you have been in charge of the administration for the last three years?” Priyanka enquired.
Priyanka referred to Chouhan as the “ghoshna veer”
Indira Gandhi worked to improve conditions for the Adivasi people and other underprivileged groups, but atrocities are now becoming more frequent. Concerning announcements, Priyanka referred to Chouhan as the “ghoshna veer” (king of announcements) and asserted that the Congress administration had a plan for India’s advancement.
She reaffirmed the promises made by the Congress in Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Karnataka and pledged to carry them out. She urged people to vote based on the facts, the future, their faith in God, their loyalty, and their love in her concluding remarks.
Priyanka performed Narmada puja as a mark of launching Madhya Pradesh Election Campaign
At Gwarighat in the city, Priyanka did the Narmada puja. Kamal Nath, the president of the MP Congress, JP Agrawal, the party’s state-based general secretary, and Rajya Sabha member Vivek Tankha were with her. Tarun Bhanot, a local MLA, gave the woman an idol of Lord Ganesh.
The leaders promised to protect the Narmada River, which serves as Madhya Pradesh’s lifeblood.