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Dharmendra Pradhan Hits Back At Congress

New Delhi: After Congress interim chief Sonia Gandhi demanded a rollback of gas value hike and Rahul Gandhi alleged that the Centre is “profiteering”, Union Petroleum and Pure Gasoline Minister Dharmendra Pradhan hit again on the Congress, saying the collected cash was used for welfare measures as an alternative of private profit as allegedly prevalent in the course of the Congress period.

Pradhan stated, “I once again reiterate to Madam Sonia Gandhi ji that Modi ji has transferred more than Rs 65,000 crore to 42 crore people in the last 3 months.”

Making a robust allegation in opposition to the Congress, the Petroleum Minister remarked, “Unlike Congress’ legacy of transferring money into the accounts of middlemen, ‘National Daamad’, ‘The Family’ and Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Modi ji’s DBT is about putting money in the hands of the poor, farmers, migrant workforce and women.”

He additionally reiterated what BJP President JP Nadda has been saying in a lot of his digital rallies, asking what explains Congress-ruled states additionally mountain climbing tax on gas if Congress is in opposition to the thought.

The minister’s counter comes after Sonia and Rahul upped the ante over the problem of gas value hike.

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi has requested the federal government to cease “profiteering” from the petrol and diesel costs. His mom and Congress President Sonia Gandhi stated, “I along with Congress workers and citizens demand that government should take back the hike in prices of diesel and petrol in these tough times.”

For the reason that every day value revision resumed on June 7, petrol value has elevated by Rs 9.12 and diesel rose by Rs 11.01 within the nationwide capital. Within the different cities the magnitude of improve was comparable.

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