Sheila: Manifesto full of hollow promises
NEW DELHI: Delhi Congress president Sheila Dikshit said 'the BJP manifesto was full of hollow promises and false claims without having any substance that would be beneficial to the people.
Dikshit said that the emptiness of the BJP manifesto was evident from the reaction of senior BJP leader Murali Manohar Joshi, who was involved in the framing of the BJP manifesto in 2014, who asked about how many marks he would give to the Modi Government's performance in the last five years, he replied that he could give marks "only if there was something written on the copybook", which clearly proves that Modi's performance in the last five years was only "non-performance", and the manifesto for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections does not have a single meaningful, doable promise, as it was full of "jumlevaji".
Delhi Congress chief Dikshit said that the people of the country have now fully understood Prime Minister Narendra Modi's falsehood and his bundle of lies, and the voters have now lost all faith in him, and his hollow promises.
She added that the trust that the people had reposed in the BJP to deliver in 2014 had been completely shattered as the Modi Government could not fulfill even a single promise, and betrayed the people.
Dikshit said that the people of the country would not believe in a single promise of the BJP manifesto for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections as the report card of the Modi Government in the last five years has been a big zero.