BJP chief lashes out at Congress, says Rahul will be remembered for his duplicity and pettiness
"While there are certainly a few members of your party doing commendable work in helping people, their hard work gets eclipsed by the consistent negativity spread by the seniormost members of the party," JP Nadda said.
Bharatiya Janata Party chief JP Nadda has written a scathing letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi and accused her son and Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi of indulging in duplicity and pettiness while the nation is fighting the second wave of Coronavirus pandemic.
"Our nation is conducting the largest vaccination drive in the world. But I am saddened by the conduct of Congress Party during these challenging times," the BJP chief said.
"While there are certainly a few members of your party doing commendable work in helping people, their hard work gets eclipsed by the consistent negativity spread by the seniormost members of the party," he said.
Nadda accused Congress leaders of conducting a campaign aimed at senselessly undermining the nation's effort at fighting this "once-in-a-century pandemic".
He claimed that Congress leaders used senseless propaganda to first undermine people's confidence in Indian-made vaccines and then accusing the Centre of abdicating its role after they themselves sought vaccine decentralization in April.
Squarely blaming Congress for the health infrastructure situation in the country, Nadda said that country had "underinvested in health over the last 70 years." This, he said, had been observed by the Supreme Court as well.
"Rahul Gandhi will be remembered for his duplicity and pettiness. Rahul Gandhi first opposed lockdown but is now demanding it. Congress is blaming the Central Vista project despite it being a long demand since 2012 when the UPA was in power. Despite all the clarifications and truth from the government, Congress has continued to push lies. This despite the fact that Chattisgarh is building a new legislature building," the BJP president claimed.
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