Common man angry over caste polarisation politics of SP, BSP: Jaitely
Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitely has said that there is anger among common man against the caste and community polarisation politics of Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party in the ongoing assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh.
Talking to media persons at Varanasi today Mr Jaitely said that majority of the society which has been neglected during the SP and BSP regimes have come forward to support the BJP for the progress of the country.
Jaitley said poor and downtrodden people have also supported the BJP after demonetisation as they are benefitted with the decisions. He said Maharashtra and Odisha local bodies elections results have proved it.
Underlying the data of 7 percent growth rate during last quarter the Finance Minister said that objectives of demonetisation of expansion of formal economy and integration of shadow black economy with formal economy have been achieved. He said apprehension expressed by the opposition of slowing down of economy and decrease in growth rate after demonetisation have been proven wrong. Jaitely said that it is matter of pride for every Indian that country’s economy is fastest among world’s big economies.
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