Modi against Rupani – Rupani gave the gift of corruption by foundation day of Gujarat

Gandhinagar, 1 May 2020
The celebration of Gujarat Pride Day, the 60th anniversary of the founding of the state of Gujarat on May 1, 1960, has started with a corruption.

Even in the event of lockdown, 61 lakh middle class and poor families who have APL-1 card holders for the month of May to distribute 10 kg of wheat-3 kg of rice-1 kg of sugar-1 kg of pulses to 3 crore people per family from 7 to 12 May 2020. Have done on. During the five days, 10 kg of wheat, 3 kg of rice, 1 kg of dal and 1 kg of sugar per family will be distributed free of cost from government approved cheap grain shops.

But Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s brother Prahlad Modi has leveled serious allegations of corruption against the government of Minority Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, saying that the foodgrains you gave earlier have not reached the poor.

Prahlad Modi, president of the Gujarat Rationing Shops Association, has exposed the corrupt Vijay Rupani government of Gujarat. He said he had sufficient and strong evidence of corruption in the BJP’s Rupani government. Investigate CBI in case of black market in food distribution.

Thus Modi and Rupani have come face to face.

So that no citizen has to go to bed hungry, he will provide food grains worth Rs. 200 crore free of cost.

Hash tag
The government has appealed to everyone to upload their video-photos on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter along with the hashtag Vijay Sankalp. But people are supporting the corrupt government.

What the Prime Minister’s brother says
The Gujarat government is claiming that government foodgrains are being provided to help the poor, but the reality is different as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s brother Prahlad Modi has accused the Gujarat government of spending crores of rupees to distribute food to the poor. The price of government foodgrains has not reached the poor.

On March 28, 2020, Prahlad Modi said that the government has asked the ration shop to be distributed in the presence of a government man, but government men are not suitable. Government men are thieves and there have been reports of relief supplies being stolen from government godowns during earthquakes and other floods in the past. Free wheat-rice-lentils etc. without hitting the thumb (biometric) for 3 months. Our shop does not want a government man. They are not good.