Rajasthan Election 2023: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra slams Modi govt, says it has 'no vision' for future | WATCH
Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra highlighted the absence of discussions on a caste census and pointed out that the Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project (ERCP) remains unfulfilled despite previous assurances.
Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Wednesday (October 25) addressed the gathering in poll-bound Rajasthan and expressed her concerns about the current government's approach to promoting businesses and the lack of focus on job creation. She emphasized that the government seems to be favoring only a select few businessmen and highlighted the privatization of airports, ports, and public sector undertakings (PSUs) as examples.
Addressing the gathering, Priyanka Gandhi said, "Today's government (Central government) is promoting only two businessmen. Airports, ports, and PSUs are being provided to them. They are not generating any employment opportunities. They don't have vision, roadmap."
According to the Congress leader, this approach is not leading to meaningful employment opportunities, and she criticized the government for lacking a clear vision or roadmap.
Furthermore, Priyanka Gandhi addressed the issue of women's reservation and criticized the delay in its implementation, suggesting that the government's promises are hollow. She also highlighted the absence of discussions on a caste census and pointed out that the Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project (ERCP) remains unfulfilled despite previous assurances.
"PM Modi's 'Lifafa' is empty. He had talked about reservation for women but it would be implemented after 10 years. They said reservation for women but it will be implemented after 10 years," Priyanka Gandhi said.
"They are not talking about the Caste census. They promised the Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project (ECRP) but nothing was done. Their promises are hollow. All Congress governments are implementing all their promises," she further added.
Priyanka Gandhi stressed the importance of voter awareness and urged the public to focus on being informed and vigilant rather than merely seeking their votes.