“Why is it that the government keeps trying to distract the attention of the people from these issues to non-issues.
“At the end of the month, how much do we save in our pocket is how we measure the performance of a government and also performance of ourselves as media persons, of opposition leaders, have we been able to make the government realise its mistakes or not, as we struggle paying our EMIs, our monthly bills, whether it is milk, petrol, diesel, cooking oil, vegetables,” he said.
“We would not allow the collective attention of the country to be hijacked by this government by creating non-issues by hiding their failures,” the Congress leader told reporters.
Khera also alleged that the country was paying the price of the prime minister’s mistakes.
“The 7.5 years of Mr Modi have been a long chain of mistakes, some acknowledged and some realised and some not. Why should the country pay a price for this series of these mistakes of Mr Modi,” he asked.