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PM cut off from people, not being made aware of truth: Priyanka

PM cut off from people, not being made aware of truth:  Priyanka

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra in Jalore, Rajasthan, on Sunday. PTI



Tribune News Service

New Delhi, April 14

Launching a stinging attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Sunday said he was completely cut off from people and their issues, and those around him are too scared to tell him the truth.

“Your biggest problem is inflation. I believe that Modiji is not able to understand that. When there is too much power, people do not tell the truth. Officers and colleagues are scared of telling him about the reality and then the individual gets cut off from people,” the Congress leader said at a public meeting in Rajasthan’s Jalore.

Former Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s son Vaibhav Gehlot is contesting from Jalore as Congress candidate in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. Priyanka said though inflation and unemployment were two of the biggest problems of the country, there was no one to listen.

“We also feel proud when events like the G20 Summit are held in India. But another reality is that poor people are suffering from the rising inflation and youngsters due to unemployment,” she said.

She claimed that the ruling BJP is not fighting against corruption. “Its claims are hollow. It only wants to gag the Opposition,” she said.

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