Indian National Congress President of Maharashtra Nana Patole criticised BJP national president J.P. Nadda for the letter he wrote to Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi.
During a press conference, Patole said, “BJP’s puppet chief J.P. Nadda spoke against Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi. I would like to ask, till when will they only target the Gandhi family and do politics? They’re undertaking the Rs 20,000-crore Central Vista project but not giving necessary funds for vaccination.”
In his letter, Nadda had written that he was saddened by the behaviour of Congress during the Covid crisis. “Some CMs and important leaders of the party are misleading the people on the issue of corona. The people’s representatives are doing an admirable job of helping. But the hard work of these people is being wasted due to the negativity of senior party leaders,” Nadda had said in the letter.
The Maharashtra Congress chief also asked the Supreme Court to set up a parallel national government as the Modi-led BJP government has failed to protect the country from the pandemic.
“The current Covid situation in the country is critical. The petition filed by the Central government in the apex court said that the apex court was not omnipresent in the case of corona. This matter is unfortunate. The Supreme Court is the soul of the Constitution. Therefore, it is not correct to say so. No one knows on what basis Prime Minister Modi imposed the ban. The Central government is working to finalise the Constitution. Decisions regarding Covid should be made in the national policy. The Supreme Court should not only form a task force for Covid management but also form a parallel national government as the Modi-led BJP government has failed to protect the country from the pandemic. There is a provision in Constitution for this,” he said further.
“BJP’s chief JP Nadda spoke against Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi, which was mere frustration of not being able to handle the Covid crisis. The Central government has failed to curb the spread of Covid in the country. The Centre has lied about giving free vaccines. Also, the affidavit filed by the Centre in the Supreme Court is fatal for democracy. This is a government that does not abide by the Constitution,” Patole added.
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