Priyanka Gandhi Does Not Know ABCD Of Agriculture, Farmers: UP Minister Suresh Khanna
Lucknow, Oct 11 (TNA) Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Khanna has launched a scathing attack on Congress National General Secretary Priyanka Vadra. Referring to the lynching of a Dalit in Rajasthan, he questioned the stony silence of the Congress general secretary.
In Chhattisgarh, the leader of another community beat up a Hindu worker for raising the flag, the police imposed a curfew by lathi-charging, the minister said while asking when will Priyanka go to Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh to get justice for them?
He also questioned on why does the Congress stop speaking when Hindus are killed in Kashmir. Khanna in a conversation with reporters added that the entire Congress is responsible for derailiing the development and progress of the country.
Khanna pointed out that when the people of the country saw through these things they booted the Congress out of power and that now a desperate and frustrated Congress was trying hard to mislead the people.
Underlining the gigantic strides of development done under the watch of the central and the UP government, the minister said, since Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was in Varanasi, she must have got a first hand account of this herself.
After a long time, the rule of law has been established in the state under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Khanna udnerlined while charging Congress of trying to disrupt peace and harmony in the state now.
He also went on to assure that whoever was guilty in the Lakhimpur Kheri would be brought to justice, the minister said, this was made crystal clear in the aftermath of the tragic incident.
The UP minister also accsued Priyanka of being power hungry so much so that she is talking about farmer welfare though the fact remains that they do not even know ABCD of agriculture.
How can she even talk about farmers? the minister questioned while accusing the Congress of presiding over several multi-crore scams in the long years that it ruled the country.
Khanna also reminded the Congress that it was during their misrule that the people suffered no ends and hundreds and thousands of farmers committed suicide, politics of appeasement thrived and employment broke all records.