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Cong fueling fire in order to hurt economy: Brig Gupta
12/14/2019 11:32:32 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Dec 14: Shocked and awed by Modi Government's one bold decision after the other leading to resolution of long-pending issues which the Congress had deliberately kept in limbo for sake of vote bank politics, Congress now finds itself gradually becoming irrelevant in national politics and is hence resorting to 'agitation politics' through scare and rumour mongering claims Brig Anil Gupta, Spokesperson of Bharatiya Janata Party. The daring decisions taken by the NDA 2 in first six months of its tenure have badly exposed the Congress party for appeasement and avoiding resolution of problems despite enjoying brute majority in both houses of the Parliament when in power forcing people to wonder about the "Niyat" (intentions) of its leaders stated Brig Gupta.
"Congress, however, used the brute majority to amend the Constitution repeatedly and changed the basic contours of Constitution to strengthen their pseudo secular liberal politics of appeasing certain sections to suit their vote bank politics," asserted Brig Gupta.
Congress's frustration and desperation is obvious in the statements of its senior leaders. "Rahul Gandhi's equivalence of 'Make in India' with 'Rape in India' is not only obnoxious but derogatory. Is the Congress suggesting rape as a justified tool of earning livelihood? What can be more disgusting and shameful from the leader of a party whose President is herself a woman?" rued Brig Gupta. Referring to the statement of Ghulam Nabi Azad, Brig Gupta retorted, "Neither J&K burnt nor NE is burning but eternal desire of Ghulam Azad and Congressmen it remains. They had predicted that J&K will be set on fire post 05 August. Somehow, there is commonality in their statements and those of Pakistani leaders. Is it coincident or some sinister ploy?"
Congress wants to create unrest in the country through protests, arson, loot and Bandh calls in order to hit the nation's economy, accused Brig Gupta.
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