BJP and Congress spar over farmer loans as poll fight warms up in Karnataka

BENGALURU: With the political battle heating up on the ground in poll-bound Karnataka, the Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) and the Congress on Sunday sparred over farmer loans and recent bank scams.

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who arrived in poll-bound Karnataka on Saturday, declared that the Centre of protecting 10 industrialists while robbing bad farmers and labourers.

Paisa kisaanon, majdooron ki jebsenikalkar 10 udyogpatiyon ki jebmeinjaaraha hai. Aapne deshke 10 sabse ameer udyogpatiyon ka loan maafkiya, Modi ji kya aaphindustankekisaanon ka loan maafkaroge!.?.!? Koi jawaabnahimila (The cash is being ferried from farmers’ and labourers’ pockets to the pockets of 10 industrialists. You (BJP) waived the loans of 10 richest industrialists. Modi ji, when will you waive-off the loans of Hindustan‘s farmers? No reaction has actually come),” stated Rahul Gandhi at a public rally.Hitting back at

Gandhi’s declaration, BJP President Amit Shah, who’s likewise in Karnataka for a political campaign, stated that no loans have been crossed out.” Humne kisi bhi udyogpati ka koi bhi

karz maaf nahi kiyahai,Rahul Gandhi jhoot bol rahe hain.(We have not waived off the loans for any industrialist. RahulGandhi is lying.), “stated Shah while resolving a public satisfy .”The sugarcane farmers are paid their fees within 90 days in Uttar Pradesh. A law has been framed for the exact same,”he added.Lashing out at the current Congress-led government in Karnataka, Shah declared that Chief Minister Siddaramaiah does not let Centre’s schemes reach best recipients.” Siddaramaiah government does not let reach the benefits of plans to the best recipients since they fear Modi govt,”included Shah.Karnataka Assembly polls are expected to be kept in late April or early Might, 2018.

Both the celebrations have actually been participated in a bitter war of words ahead of the polls. The Congress is hoping to back into power for a 2nd term

in a row. BJP, which has actually tasted success in 19 from 29 states in the nation, is

wanting to manage another victory. With ANI inputs