69 PERCENT MEMBERS ARE AGAINST TO OUR PARTY : YASHWANT SINHA

 

New Delhi,April 18,(globelmedianews.com):
The senior BJP leader on Narendra Modi government at center,Former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha has once again criticized.Yashwant, who recently strongly opposed the BJP government's dealings with Dalits, once again pushed the ruling party with his remarks.Responding to the ongoing outfits on women,Women Attacks in comparison to the past in the country That's going on.In the case of BJP leaders, the central government has been accused of failing to punish them.Foreign policy is totally incompatible, and Pakistan's policy towards China is contrary to the interests of the country.The country has no benefit from Modi's foreign tours, except for the embrace of the leaders of the country that revolves around different countries.The internal democracy in the party was completely destroyed,The MPs also objected to Modi's failure to make their opinions free.


69 PERCENT MEMBERS ARE AGAINST TO OUR PARTY : YASHWANT SINHA

Speaking about the sacking of parliamentary meetings without any debate, Sinha warned that democracy is under threat in the country. In the last election, the BJP has secured only 31 per cent votes and 69 per cent suggested that people vote against the BJP. A public letter was issued on the situation in the country. In his letter to the country's economy, women's protection, foreign policy, internal democracy, he said in the letter. Yashwant Sinha repudiated the BJP government's remarks that India is the fastest growing economy in the world. While the economy is fragmented, the country expressed the hope that it will not be safe for the day. While the government did not stop sexual assassinations, some BJP leaders criticized the killings. Referring to the country's economy, the country's economy has been badly hit in the last four years, he said, in the country, farmers, unemployed and poor people are struggling. The banking system has become totally corrupt, claiming that the government has failed to catch those who flee abroad with the poor.


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