May 26: Congress Releases Vishwasghat Ad on 4 Years of Modi Govt

Narendra Modi. Photo: PIB
Narendra Modi. Photo: PIB

The ad featuring a slew of characters reveals that Modi has only been making false promises and telling blatant lies.

By Rakesh Raman

As India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi – who assumed office on May 26, 2014 – has completed his 4 years of rule in the country, the opposition party Congress has released an ad that depicts failures of the Modi government.

The 4-minute ad describes how Modi failed on all fronts of governance. The video ad appears with the message: “4 सालों मे सिर्फ बात ही बात। जनता के साथ विश्वासघात।Congress also has created a hashtag #VishwasghatDiwas to get maximum circulation for the ad on social media.

The ad featuring a slew of characters reveals that Modi has only been making false promises and telling blatant lies about job creation, farmers’ issues, removal of corruption, and so on. But, according to the ad, he has destroyed the country. It also points out that Modi has been wasting a lot of national resources on his meaningless foreign trips.

The Congress ad appears a day after Modi government opened a photo exhibition to highlight its achievements. The exhibition showcases the progress and implementation of central sector infrastructure projects costing Rs. 150 crore and above in the last 3-4 years from all over the country.

By Rakesh Raman, who is a national award-winning journalist and social activist. He is the founder of a humanitarian organization RMN Foundation which is working in diverse areas to help the disadvantaged and distressed people in the society.

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