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In her video address, Priyanka Gandhi also attacked Yogi Adityanath government in UP for refusing to use around 1000 buses provided by the Congress PartyThe bus


In her video address, Priyanka Gandhi also attacked Yogi Adityanath government in UP for refusing to use around 1000 buses provided by the Congress Party

The bus politics raged on for about 5 days in Uttar Pradesh

In the end, the buses arranged by the Congress Party were sent back by the UP government

New Delhi: In an unrelenting attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party, Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi, on Thursday, told the Saffron party leaders “it was a time to stand together and work for people and not topple the elected governments”.

“The nature of crisis because of Coronavirus pandemic is immense in the state of Maharashtra and the government is fighting to contain it. But, instead of lending a helping hand to them, you are trying to destabilise and topple the government,” Priyanka said in a video address as a part of Congress' online ‘Speak Up India’ campaign.

“I want to tell you that it’s the time to support each other and work for people because we have a responsibility towards them,” the Congress general secretary added.

She also attacked the Uttar Pradesh government led by CM Yogi Adityanath for refusing to use around 1,000 buses provided by the Congress Party.

“When it came to using the buses, you refused our 1,000 buses despite us suggesting you to put your own banners and stickers on them. We didn’t have any problem with that,” the party’s in-charge for Uttar Pradesh said. She added, "The 12,000 state-run buses promised by Yogi Adityanath government could ply “only on papers“.

“The 12,000 buses you promised remained just on papers. They never hit roads,” Priyanka said.

Earlier last week, there was a big showdown between the UP government and the Congress Party, with the former refusing to use the buses offered to them by Priyanka Gandhi.

In her video address, Priyanka Gandhi also attacked Yogi Adityanath government in UP for refusing to use around 1000 buses provided by the Congress Party

The bus politics raged on for about 5 days in Uttar Pradesh

In the end, the buses arranged by the Congress Party were sent back by the UP government

New Delhi: In an unrelenting attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party, Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi, on Thursday, told the Saffron party leaders “it was a time to stand together and work for people and not topple the elected governments”.

“The nature of crisis because of Coronavirus pandemic is immense in the state of Maharashtra and the government is fighting to contain it. But, instead of lending a helping hand to them, you are trying to destabilise and topple the government,” Priyanka said in a video address as a part of Congress' online ‘Speak Up India’ campaign.

“I want to tell you that it’s the time to support each other and work for people because we have a responsibility towards them,” the Congress general secretary added.

She also attacked the Uttar Pradesh government led by CM Yogi Adityanath for refusing to use around 1,000 buses provided by the Congress Party.

“When it came to using the buses, you refused our 1,000 buses despite us suggesting you to put your own banners and stickers on them. We didn’t have any problem with that,” the party’s in-charge for Uttar Pradesh said. She added, "The 12,000 state-run buses promised by Yogi Adityanath government could ply “only on papers“.

“The 12,000 buses you promised remained just on papers. They never hit roads,” Priyanka said.

Earlier last week, there was a big showdown between the UP government and the Congress Party, with the former refusing to use the buses offered to them by Priyanka Gandhi.

 

 

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