The writer traveled to Amethi, Ayodhya, Gorakhpur and Varanasi and after interacting with the locals from different walks of society, he finds that not ony people have rejected NYAY but have also Mahagathbandhan.
A good litmus test for middle class voters to think about is – “Can I live all my life with 70% of my income taken away by the government?”. If the answer to that is no, please vote against Rahul Gandhis Minimum Income Scheme.
Unlike the manifesto of congress party which is nothing but a stained kettle full of lies, promises and falsehood without any micro-details or details about how the promises would be implemented if the party is elected to power.
BJP manifesto for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections much more realistic and credible than the manifesto released by the opposition party few days back.
Like Shivaji, let Indian voters defeat the ploy of Afzal Khan in disguise, the manifesto of Congress party
If people of India believe the manifesto of congress that minimum guaranteed income of Rs.72,000/- then the victory would be of Afzal Kahan and not of people.
Now Congress openly talks of destroying India in their manifesto.
Just shouting the Congress manifesto is not implementable won’t work. In a way 2014 was where BJP won every close contest and every swing vote potentially went in its favour.