Congress on Saturday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not including the issue of women’s safety in the 10-point agenda announced by him.
“For a PM who won elections with ‘Women Safety’ as a major plank — surprisingly totally missing from the ’10 Point Agenda’,” AICC general secretary and communication department chairman Ajay Maken tweeted.
The remarks came on a day when Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi visited Badaun in Uttar Pradesh and met family members of the two gang rape victims who were found murdered.
Earlier, the party had attacked Modi over his 10-point governance agenda and termed it “Ten Commandments”. Congress had said the agenda was just an “extraordinary jumble” and has nothing to write home about the vision of BJP government. “We have been waiting for a vision from BJP government, we have instead been rewarded with diversion of the Ten Commandments…this 10-point agenda.
“I have been taken aback by the extraordinary jumble they have inflicted upon the nation,” party spokesman Shashi Tharoor had told reporters.
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