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Hike in petrol, diesel prices 'historic', says Mayawati on four years of Modi govt

By Deepika

BSP chief Mayawati on Saturday termed the four years of the Narendra Modi-led government as "disappointing" and said the parting of ways by some of the NDA partners was its clear indication.


"This government has failed on all fronts. PM Narendra Modi terms everything he does as historic, I think that is why fuel prices are at a historic high during his government," BSP chief Mayawati said on four years of Modi government.

"During these four years corruption has increased, people have been burdened by increasing prices, joblessness and hollow growth," She said.

"NDA alliance partners are parting ways one by one and this proves that the four years of the BJP-led government have been most unsuccessful and disappointing at all levels," Mayawati said.

"This kind of exploitation of the poor, labourers, common people and women under the central government has never been seen before...their 'chori aur seena jori' has also been unheard of in the past," the BSP chief said.

Meanwhile, taking a jibe on the NDA government, Congress said, "Modi government is yet to learn the first lesson in Management: Announcing schemes on TV is far easier than delivering in the real world."

"Even the Gold standard of PSU Banks, SBI is stumbling due to misguided policies of the Modi government over the past four years," Congress said.

On the fourth anniversary of the Modi government, BJP is celebrating its achievements and preparing for the general elections next year.

The BJP is also making a poll pitch for 2019 with the slogan 'Manzil Aa Rahi Hai Paas, Desh Ka Badhta Jaata Vishwas; Saaf Niyat, Sahi Vikas.'

There would also be a close focus on the upcoming elections at Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh. The BJP will showcase Modi's clean image and pro-development agenda.

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