AAP launches online campaign to gain support for ‘Bharatvaad’ instead of ‘BJP dostvaad’


The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) launched a social media campaign on Sunday asking people to support “Bharatvaad” (enhance the nation) instead of “dostvaad”, amid its accusation against the BJP of leading a model “dostvaadi (favouring friends) by forgoing loans from their super rich friends worth millions of rupees.

On Sunday, AAP leader and MP Rajendra Nagar Durgesh Pathak shared a post saying, “I am a taxpayer. My tax is for the development of India. Not for billionaire loan write-offs. Share if you support Bharatvaad and not dostvaad.

Several other party members also shared this post and asked people to support and share if they support ‘Bharatvaad’.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had warned people about the dangerous ‘revri’ (soft) culture where political parties promise gifts to win elections.

Following BJP’s gratuitous and gratuitous ki ‘revri’ (soft) remark, Aam Aadmi party leaders including Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia denounced BJP and branded it a party who does not believe in empowering ordinary citizens through free and equal education, health and electricity for the poor. They accused the BJP of using taxpayers’ money to write off their “friends” of taxes and loans worth Rs 10 lakh crore.

Targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kejriwal said earlier this week: “People who call free welfare schemes given to ordinary citizens ‘gifts’ and ‘free ki revdi’ are the real traitors of this country.

Meanwhile, Sisodia Friday also urged the central government to invest in its citizens instead of insult welfare schemes for the poor as freebies after the Center declared that the free programs would destroy the country.

“The Prime Minister’s ‘Dostwaad’ has completely ruined the country’s economy. Why is taxpayers’ money used to fill the coffers of his friends? For the first time in the last 75 years, a central government does not want to use taxpayers’ money for education, health, electricity and water and has increased the Goods and Services Tax (GST ) on daily essentials such as oil and wheat.”

Sisodia had also said: “The Modi government must stop running away from debate and explain why the economy is crippling today, why it has no money to build school-hospitals but can easily forgive government taxes. worth Rs 5 lakh crore and loans worth Rs 10 lakh crore.


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