Mallikarjun Kharge: Kharge accused BJP of politicizing army and bureaucracy, JP Nadda replied


Assembly elections are going to be held in five states and meanwhile leaders of political parties are accusing each other. In such a situation, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has accused the Center of politicizing the army and bureaucracy. After this, a reply has been given to Kharge from BJP also.

If media reports are to be believed, Mallikarjun Kharge alleged that the Modi government is always engaged only in publicity. He said in a post on social media, when an atmosphere is being created against him in the country, then he has issued an order that officers will now become chariot in-charges for the promotion of his government. Now he will leave government work and take out the government's Rath Yatra. Before this, soldiers have also been ordered to promote government schemes when they go home on leave.

After this, BJP President JP Nadda responded by posting. In a post he wrote, perhaps this is a different concept for the Congress party, but it is the duty of the government to provide public service. He further wrote, if the Modi government wants to ensure completeness of all the schemes and reaches all the beneficiaries then there can be no problem for anyone keeping the interest of the poor in mind.

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