Vendetta politics snatched projects from Amethi: Rahul Gandhi

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Vendetta politics snatched projects from Amethi: Rahul Gandhi

Amethi (Uttar Pradesh): Congress Vice President Shri Rahul Gandhi on 23rd December, 2015 launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing him of “snatching” many projects from his parliamentary constituency Amethi. On a two-day visit to his parliamentary constituency Amethi on December 23 and 24. Shri Rahul Gandhi alleged that it was at the behest of Modi that two important projects — a mega food park and a paper mill — were taken away from Amethi. Shri Rahul Gandhi said this “politics of vendetta” would not last long in the country, and assured the people that he will fight for these Rahul Gandhi on two-day visit to Amethi Vendetta politics snatched projects from Amethi: Rahul Gandhi issues and see that justice is done. 

Taking a dig at the prime minister’s election promise of bringing “acchhe din” (good days), Gandhi slammed Modi for bringing “bure din” (bad days) for the people.”Inflation is at its peak. Nothing has been done for the farmers and the youth,” he said, addressing a roadside meeting at Nigoha village. The Congress Vice-President said that during the Lok Sabha election campaign, Modi had promised to deposit Rs 15 lakh in every person’s account after bringing back the black money stashed away abroad. “Has it been deposited,” he asked on a sarcastic note. 

Shri Rahul Gandhi said his party would strongly fight the BJP and its communal and divisive policies across the country. Promising to carry on development work in his Lok Sabha constituency, Gandhi said, “We will complete the development works in Amethi. We will fight unitedly as a single person cannot struggle.” The Congress Vice President and Amethi MP met newly-elected Gram Pradhans of his constituency on December 23 at the premises of a College in Chhatoh block of Salon assembly segment in Rae Bareli. He later interacted with locals and workers and district leaders of the Congress.