SHILLONG: The Meghalaya Pradesh Youth Congress (MPYC) President, Richard Marak on Wednesday flayed the BJP Leaders for asking the question as to what the Congress Party has done for the country.
He was addressing MPYC state executive and review meeting held on Wednesday ahead of the elections.
He reminded them that the roads they travelled on, the airports they landed on, the healthcare they received and many more facilities and infrastructure were set up by the Congress Governments.
He also spoke about the demonetisation disaster, the poorly implemented GST- Gabbar Singh Tax and Aadhar.
He put the question about what changes the BJP was talking about – intolerance, Taj Mahal, cows, love jihad, anti romeo squad.
“If BJP would have ruled India since Independence then there would’ve been only cows and no people in India by today,” he added.
He mentioned the story of two mothers claiming the same child wherein when offered to cut the child into two pieces the real mother gave up. He wanted to know if the BJP was taking us to such kind of test.
He also mentioned the daily increase in fuel prices comparing it with the parable of the frog being boiled alive.
MPCC working president,James Lyngdoh spoke about how the youth were the future of the Party and the State as a whole and reminded everyone present of the flagship programmes implemented by the Congress Government in the state and the Centre.
Yashumati Thakur MLA (state coordinator) said that all the party workers and party leaders should leave their differences and work together in order to form a stable government.
Indrani Mishra General Secretary IYC i/c Meghalaya asked the youth to be active in social media and work to form the next Government.
Vincent Pala MP (Working President MPCC) spoke at length about the work done by Congress Party after Independence in terms of Health, GDP, Military, Scientific, Education and that the Congress Party also gave us a Secular Country.
He also informed that the State Government passed the VAB and sent it to Central Government a long time back, but it was still lying in the Home Ministry, Government India.