Why conduct recruitments only few months ahead of code of conduct, Manipur Congress president questions BJP government
Manipur Congress president N Loken Singh asked how many BJP leaders have sacrificed their lives for the country.
Updated on 1 Dec 2021, 8:14 pm
Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president N Loken Singh has questioned the motive of the state BJP government for conducting recruitment of different posts in different departments when the election code of conduct is only a few months away.
He was speaking at the reception ceremony of newly joined members to Indian National Congress (INC) at Congress Bhavan on Wednesday.
The MPCC president questioned the BJP government as to what it had been doing for the past four years that the recruitment had to be conducted when the election is approaching. “The people of Manipur are aware of what the BJP and its coalition partners did in its four-years-and-eight-months governance in the state,” he added.
Loken said the BJP should remember that they should stop telling lies since democracy lies in the hands of the people.
Claiming that many leaders of the Congress have sacrificed their lives for the nation since the pre-independence period in the country, he questioned the people how many BJP leaders in the state and the country have sacrificed their lives for the country.
The distribution of food grains at a cheap price under NFSA and the MGNREGS for the welfare of the people was initiated during the Congress government, he added.
Loken further expressed confidence that there will be no BJP government in the state after the upcoming state assembly election. There will be no longer a Modi government after the Lok Sabha election in 2024, said Loken.
Speaking at the function AICC in charge of Manipur Bhakta Charan Das said the people are now aware that the Congress brought the real development whereas the BJP focused on lies and made false promises.
Das said, “Congress spreads love and equality while the BJP focuses on divisive politics.” The people in the country are striving for a change and that change will begin from Manipur, he added.