Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said like 2004 and 2009, the NDA’s “gas balloon” would burst again while claiming that the UPA government did remarkably well, as the BJP talked divisive politics.
“Their balloon of India Shining burst in 2004 as well in 2009… This time they are also filling a similar balloon with a gas cylinder which will also burst like in the past,” Gandhi told an election meeting at Aurangabad in Bihar.
Like in the past, the NDA is playing colourful music and distributing sweets in anticipation of winning the polls, but it will meet the same fate as in 2004 and 2009, he said. Ridiculing BJP’s Gujarat model of development, he said,”Bihar needs its own model of development and not any other model from outside.”
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Earlier at Godda in Jharkhand, he said that the ‘Gujarat model’ would not be applicable in the entire country. “The UPA government has performed remarkably well… and don’t get misguided by tall promises, and vote for the Congress candidates.”
The Congress spoke about the poor and the common people, he said. “The Congress has always worked for unity and development of the country.” He also took potshots at BJP for raising the corruption issue and questioned it on the reinduction of B S Yeduruppa of Karnataka into the party fold.
The Congress leader accused the BJP of joining hands with a party like MNS of Raj Thackeray which had targeted people from Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh Maharashtra. “Similarly, many Sikhs told me that their land was takenaway at a lower rate in Gujarat in the name of development and even then Akali Dal which claims to be their champion chose to remain silent,” he alleged.