The central government is on the opposition’s target of rising prices of petrol and diesel. While Congress leader Rahul Gandhi accused the government of emptying people’s pockets and giving them to ‘friends’, his brother-in-law Robert Vadra reached his office on a bicycle and protested.
New Delhi: While the prices of petrol and diesel are constantly increasing, the pockets of the common man are getting loose. At the same time, the opposition has got another opportunity to target the government amid the farmer movement. On Monday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi fiercely targeted the Modi government at the Center on the rising prices of petrol and diesel. Rahul Gandhi says that the Modi government is doing a great job of emptying people’s pockets and giving them to ‘friends’.
Rahul Gandhi wrote in his tweet, ‘When you put oil in the car at the petrol pump, when you look at the fast rising meter, then it must be remembered that the price of crude oil has not increased, but decreased. Petrol has become 100 rupees a liter.
Robert Vadra reaches office by bicycle
Apart from Rahul Gandhi, his brother-in-law Robert Vadra also protested against the rising prices of petrol and diesel in his own style. On Monday, Robert Vadra cycled to his office. Robert Vadra said that the Prime Minister should come out of AC cars and know the problem of the people. Vadra said that the present government only keeps blaming the previous governments.
Let us know that petrol is being sold at Rs 100 per liter in many cities of the country, while the price of diesel is also not far behind. At the same time, after the opposition surrounded the government on the rising prices of petrol and diesel, Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan says that prices are increasing due to low production of fuel in the international market. He also cited the Corona crisis as a reason for rising prices.
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