PM Narendra Modi completed three years as the Prime Minister of India on May 26. On the third anniversary of NDA rule in the country, the Congress party on Thursday attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Senior Congress leader Anand Sharma targetted BJP and said that it failed on the internal security front, he further said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should apologize to the youth of the country for failing to create six crore jobs in the last three years. He challenged PM Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to make the GDP numbers of the 10 years and the details of jobs created in three years public.
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While talking about the NDA government achievements and claims made by them, Anand Sharma said, “come out with the old series GDP numbers for 10 years and the fresh numbers and bring a white paper on the state of Indian economy.” He argued that there has been no economic growth in the three years of NDA rule and asked for a proof from the Narendra Modi government to prove him wrong, according to an Indian express report. He said that the government is spending hundreds of crores to build a ‘personality cult’ around one person. While talking about the internal security of the country, Sharma said that the biggest concern today is the internal security and the situation at the border, according to the report.
He hit out at the Modi government and said that their Pakistan policy has been a diplomatic disaster. He said, “Diplomacy requires gravitas and a sound comprehension. But for PM Narendra Modi, it is a photo opportunity.” He further said that the government is intentionally creating a ‘war frenzy’ with Pakistan to divert the attention of the people away from their failures. When talking about the numbers of soldiers who have lost their lives and the attacks that took lace on Kashmir he said, ‘583 soldiers have been killed in the past three years, over 200 in Kashmir alone and every day there are attacks on the border, the government comes out with a video after every few months to distract people’s attention.’