On The Statement Of Union Minister Alphons, The Shiv Sena Said, It Is Like Spitting On The Faces Of The Poor
Mumbai: Shiv Sena, who is involved in rising inflation and high prices of petrol and diesel, has strongly targeted the Modi government.
- Shiv Sena wrote in ‘Samna’, good days are being killed every day
- The poor did not suffer such insults even during Congress’s tenure
- This Navaratna of cabinet has not to pay the money off petrol
Shiv Sena criticized the statement of Union Minister KJ Alphons for the price of petrol diesel and said it was ‘very irresponsible’. Alphons had said on Saturday that those who are carrying increased prices of petrol and diesel are not starving. On his statement, Shiv Sena said, “This Navaratna of the cabinet is supporting the increased value of petroleum products because it never has to pay money from their pockets. It is a matter of spitting on the face of the poor, who had not suffered such insult even during the Congress tenure. ‘
In the party mouthpiece ‘Samna’ and ‘Afternoon noon’ Shiv Sena wrote in a strong editorial that it is very surprising that Alphons is justifying his statement saying that people are not dying even after fuel prices rise. Shiv Sena, strongly targeting the BJP on rising inflation and rising prices of oil said that the ‘good day’ of ‘good day’ is being done by the central government every day. The editorial says, ‘Listen to them! Having a minister with a bureaucrat without any political experience, these are probably the “virtues” of those who, like Amit Shah, is lacking in the Congress.
The army asked, ‘did he forget that BJP leaders like Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj, Smriti Irani and Dharmendra Pradhan in protest against the rise in prices of petrol and diesel during the UPA government’s tenure, how the BJP leaders had performed on the streets with empty cylinders. Now that he has come to power, the poor are being mocked and people like Alphons are telling inflation right. It’s really tragic. ‘
Shiv Sena said that billions of rupees will be spent in the bullet train project. If 30,000 to 40,000 crores were used to deal with inflation, then it would be good for all people.
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