In the midst of the seething debate over the utilization of tractors in BJP-controlled UP, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat and today by party-represented MCD in Delhi, Union Minister Anurag Thakur has hammered Rahul Gandhi for his recommendation to the Narendra Modi government to “switch off tractors of disdain” comment.
Blaming the Congress chief for “planting the seeds of scorn”, Thakur said he was “defaming the name of the country”.
“Whose own set of experiences is verification of debasement and mobs… you can anticipate such explanations from him. He is planting the seeds of scorn… he is doing no decent to the nation, just insulting the nation’s picture,” Thakur said because of Gandhi who affirmed that India has a coal load of just eight days remaining.
“Switch off the tractors of disdain and switch on the power plants,” Gandhi asked the public authority. “Eight years of grandiose talk has brought about India having just 8 days of coal stocks. Modi Ji, stagflation is approaching. Power cuts will smash little enterprises, prompting more employment misfortunes. Switch off the tractors of disdain and switch on the power plants!” Gandhi tweeted.
Answering the Aam Aadmi Party referring to the BJP as “party of thugs”, the Union Minister said. “What do they say and do brings up an issue over them. They are the ones who split the difference with the fear based oppressors to be in power, what can be more appalling than that,” he said.
After the destruction drive in Madhya Pradesh’s Khargone and Gujarat’s Khambhat and today in Delhi’s Jahangirpuri, BJP’s Rajya Sabha part GVL Narasimha Rao portrayed JCB with “Jihad Control Board” in a tweet which he later erased. While the BJP guaranteed that the tear-downs didn’t have anything to do with the religion, Rao’s tweet prompted a significant debate and chaos.