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"What you have done in the last ten years": Pawan Khera asks BJP

Mumbai: Responding to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remark, Congress leader Pawan Khera said that they "belong to tukde tukde gang as the Congress did tukde of Pakistan" asking the BJP about their 10 years performance.
Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections in the country, Pawan Khera launched a scathing attack at the Centre saying that the country is going through a decisive phase of democracy and the upcoming general elections will decide if the Constitution will be saved or not.
"PM Modi says that not even Babasaheb Ambedkar can change the Constitution and the very next day the BJP MP from Ayodhya said that if their party wins 400 Lok Sabha seats then they will change the Constitution. He is not the first one to make such statements. Jyoti Mirdha from Rajasthan and Anant Hegade from Karnataka have already spoken about this," said Khera.
He further lashed out at the PM saying that nobody can trust anything he says. This is happening for the first time in the country. People found the previous Prime Ministers trustworthy.
He pointed out that the CAG report on the Bharatmala Project has shown many serious lapses. "Decisions on this project were made without holding any cabinet meetings. Contracts were obtained by the companies by obtaining fake papers," he added.
The Congress leaders said, "In our times NHAI had a total loan of 40K Crores and at present times, NHAI is paying interest on its loans of over 38K Crores."
He slammed the central agencies Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) saying that these agencies don't send notices to people in power and forget about pending cases if the leader joins the BJP.
Khera further raised a question saying, "Tell us what you have done in the last ten years."
Taking a jibe over Pakistan, he said, "Yes we are tukde tukde gang. We did tukde of Pakistan but why they(BJP) are so affectionate to Pakistan."
Notably, the general election for 543 Lok Sabha seats will be held in seven phases starting April 19, with counting to be held on June 4. 

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