New Delhi: Congress leader Manish Tewari Tuesday said that the 'Achche Din' promised by the Bharatiya Janata Party before coming to power have not come for the people of the country, but only for the BJP, since completing its first 100 days in power.
Speaking to ANI, Tewari said, "The truth of the last 100 days is that the people of India have understood that the dreams of 'Achche Din' shown by the BJP were not for the people of India, but for the BJP, if it came to power."
Tewari also said that the government was keeping mum on the numerous challenges faced by the nation, including inflation, communal tension and repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan.
"There is inflation, communal tension and Pakistan's repeated ceasefire violations, China is trying to call Indian territories as its own, and this government is completely silent," he said, adding, "In these 100 days, the achche din' have come for the BJP, not for the people of India."
Commenting on the high growth rate during the first quarter of 2014-15, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Tariq Anwar said, "As far as the growth rate is concerned, the UPA's contribution is more in that because the NDA came to power on 26 May and this report is from April to June."
The Narendra Modi-led NDA Government, which came to power after a stunning performance in the Lok Sabha elections, is going to complete its first 100 days in power this month.