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Congress Unveils ‘Black Paper’ ’10 Saal Anyay Kaal’ Criticizing Modi Government

The Indian National Congress made a bold move on Thursday by releasing a ‘Black Paper’ titled ’10 Saal Anyay Kaal’ targeting the Narendra Modi-led government

Raghvendra Dubey “Bhau”

New Delhi:  The Indian National Congress made a bold move on Thursday by releasing a ‘Black Paper’ titled ’10 Saal Anyay Kaal’ targeting the Narendra Modi-led government. The unveiling of the black paper was led by party president Mallikarjun Kharge at his residence in the national capital.

Speaking to the press, Kharge emphasized, “This Black Paper sheds light on the government’s failures, conveniently ignored by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and it’s crucial for the people of our nation to be aware of them.”

Highlighting the pressing issues faced by the country over the last decade, Kharge pointed out rampant unemployment, soaring prices, and agricultural distress, alleging a lack of government intervention.

He lamented the government’s silence on the issue of unemployment, a critical concern for the nation’s youth. “Even rural unemployment is on the rise,” he added.

Accusing the government of neglecting states not under BJP rule, Kharge asserted, “Funds are being withheld from states where the BJP isn’t in power.”

Kharge raised concerns about the escalating prices of essential commodities, questioning the government’s strategies to combat inflation, which burdens the common man.

He alleged that the government’s policies favored select individuals over the public interest, citing the inclusion of agricultural equipment under the GST regime as an example.

Furthermore, Kharge expressed apprehension over the state of democracy under the current regime, accusing the government of exerting undue influence on industrialists to obtain electoral bonds through agencies such as the ED, CBI, and IT.

He also alleged that the government resorted to toppling elected governments by enticing MLAs with hefty sums over the past decade.

The release of the ‘Black Paper’ signifies the Congress party’s concerted effort to spotlight what it perceives as the government’s shortcomings and to bring these issues to the forefront of public discourse.

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