Modi fest an illusion: BJD questions the achievements of BJP in three years

Bhubaneswar, June 12: Aiming the regular visit of BJP’s national leaders to the state for the Modi fest that is being celebrated across the country to mark the three year completion of the central government, the ruling BJD today accused the national party and said it is all an illusion.

Addressing the media at a press meet, BJD spokesperson Prashant Nanda today questioned the Modi-led government to submit a report card clarifying their work and achievements in the last three years. He also accused that 8 schemes have been delinked from the central support, whereas the budget of 33 schemes in the state has been cut down.


Meanwhile, Nanda also attacked the Central Urban Development Minister Sri M Venkaiah Naidu, who is on a visit to the state today to attend the Sabha Saath Sabka Vikas Sammelan. He questioned Naidu, about the steps being taken for the development of slum dwellers and the amount of funds granted for drinking water in urban areas.

On the other hand, BJD spokesperson Sameer Das also accused the central party of spending money of the PSUs in name of Modi Fest and also pointed out the centre’s negligence towards Odisha’s demand regarding the Mahanadi issue.