Days ahead of assembly polls in the state of Haryana and Maharashtra, Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia, on Friday, has exposed the unfulfilled promises of the Congress -led-government in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Speaking at a party event in Madhya Pradesh's Bhind, Scindia said that the party has not provided the loan waiver to the farmers. He also added that the party has been lacking in providing the healthcare facilities in each district of Madhya Pradesh. Scindia's comment comes at a moment when the grand old party is facing internal clashes. Scindia too had been in loggerheads with Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath and had earlier threatened to quit the party.
Scindia, while addressing party workers said: "The second thing is that the loan waiver has not been provided. Only 50,000 of the 2 lakh rupees promised as a loan waiver have been provided. The loan waiver should be given to the farmers. We had promised it."
In the poll-bound state of Haryana, Congress chief Kumari Selja has announced that the Grand Old Party will implement loan waiver if voted to power. Speaking to news agency PTI, Kumari Selja stated that the Congress party will fulfill the loan waiver promise as mentioned in its manifesto for the Haryana assembly polls. She went on to assert that the party will waive off the loans who are suffering under the BJP government. She also added that loan waivers' were followed in under Congress government in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
Meanwhile, Republic Bharat had earlier in its exclusive Operation Karz Maafi exposed the lies peddled by Congress government in the Congress-ruled states. While one stung MLA revealed how he had waylaid farmers by pointing out the impracticality of the 10-day loan-waiver assurance given by Rahul Gandhi ahead of the elections. Another MLA openly said that there was no money and that it would have to be raised via taxes or via reducing spending on state schemes. A third MLA, meanwhile, countered the first MLA's contention that nationalised banks were the impediment, even as the sting also revealed that while some farmers were being waylaid, others were having loans far greater than the stipulated Rs 2 lakh waived.