Dismissing the UPA-2 report to mark two years of its completion at the Centre, the main Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday said the report deserves only one remark of “failed”. The party said the government had “no mission or vision” but “only commission” and the report was a “wastage of paper”.
The party claimed the UPA failed to fulfil its promises on checking price rise and corruption.
“Though the UPA alliance is celebrating two years of being in power, there is no enthusiasm among the people and they have no interest in remembering it.
There is no vision or mission but only commission in this government,” BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said. Asian Age