Minister in Modi Govt Resigns. Says “अच्छे दिन नहीं आए, उम्मीदों पर खरे नहीं उतरे PM मोदी”

Upendra Kushwaha
Upendra Kushwaha

Upendra Kushwaha – the Minister of State for HRD in Government of India – resigned from his position today, saying that the BJP government headed by PM Narendra Modi has completely failed on all fronts.

Kushwaha said that Modi could not fulfill his poll promises and failed to safeguard the interests of minorities and disadvantaged people of the society.

अच्छे दिन नहीं आए, उम्मीदों पर खरे नहीं उतरे PM मोदी,” Kushwaha said in his tweet.

Meanwhile, in an ongoing RMN Poll, only 18% people say they are satisfied with the work of PM Modi.

While Modi has completed over 4 years of his 5-year term as PM of India, many believe that he has brought the country on the brink of disaster.

Kushwaha added that instead of talking about government’s failure to control inflation, poverty, and unemployment, Modi government has started talking about Ram Mandir in order to deceive the voters before elections.

He stated that Modi must not exploit Ram Mandir issue for political advantage, adding that Modi’s National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is on the verge of collapse.

Photo: Upendra Kushwaha

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