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Sharad Pawar criticises Modi-led central government, says ‘Several promises made since 2014 elections but never fulfilled a single promise’

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar on Monday attacked PM Modi and his government for not fulfilling the premises made to people.

The BJP’s agenda is to keep smaller parties away from power, Pawar further claimed while talking to reporters in neighboring Thane, the home turf of Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde.

“The Union government made several promises since the 2014 general elections, but it never fulfilled a single promise. The prime minister had promise house to every person in the country, but the government failed to fulfill it,” Pawar said.

The NCP chief further criticized the BJP, claiming it uses probe agencies to come to power in states.

In June this year, Shinde and 39 other Shiv Sena legislators rebelled against the party leadership, leading to the collapse of the Uddhav Thackeray-led government, which comprised the Sena, NCP and Congress.

Mr Shinde became the CM on June 30 with the BJP’s support.

Two senior NCP leaders – Anil Deshmukh and Nawab Malik – are currently in jail after being arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in different money laundering cases.

Here’s the statement

Acchhe din were announced, but people didn’t experience them.

Next election, acche din were forgotten. New India 2022 was the new promise.

Now, 5 trillion economy is the promise given for 2024.

Each gram panchayat will have internet connection – till 2018, Digital India promise not yet fulfilled.

100 per cent digital literacy till 2022 was promised.

Toilets for all Indians till 2022, but today – Bihar – 56.6 per cent homes don’t have toilets, 46 per cent Jharkhand, Orissa – 40 per cent, India – 30 per cent deficiency.

Home to every Indian in 2022

Not even 30 per cent people have homes today – answer in parliament

We were told, every Indian will have water connection till 2022

24 hour electricity supply to every Indian was promised

44 per cent haven’t yet got it.

Atrocities against women on the rise

Bilkis Bano – all courts handed out strict punishment. Life imprisonment for all. And yet, Gujarat BJP govt released them, publicly felicitated them. I am surprised that the PM speech on 15 August spoke of women’s dignity and yet this shameful and despicable step was taken by his party’s govt.

“I will not take responsibility of power position. Morarji became pm at 83. I am 82. I am not like that. I am clear that politically my role is to try to bring together all parties”, Sharad Pawar concluded.

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