Agrawal Community on Monday pummeled the PM Modi government for spoiling the Ganga river clean issue for political purposes and not standing on his word to clean up the holy Ganga river which made during 2014 elections. The even wrote a letter to Modi, Akhil Bharatiya Agrawal Sammelan (ABAS) National Secretary Summan R Agrawal said that Agrawal died on October 9 following a 111-day fasting for the cause of Ganga.
On the off chance that the government is so anguished about Agarwal’s death, for what reason didn’t the PM meet him at any rate once and acknowledge his bona fide requests, or why the government didn’t react any his letters which requested to clean Ganga? they even angered over government double standards over Ganga issue, Agrawal questioned. These doubts were raised after Modi centred his whole election agenda in 2014 on the issue of ‘Maa Ganga’ and crusading that ‘Na main aaya hoo, Na hello there bheja Gaya hoon; Mujhe to Maa Ganga ne bulaya haia’.
“Why ‘Maa Ganga’ didn’t call this self-announced csonNarendra Modi after his ascent to the position of royalty as PM in 2014? Modi again acknowledged he has a ‘Maa Ganga just amid Assembly decisions of Uttar Pradesh in 2017,” Agrawal said in her letter. In actuality, the late Agrawal’s letters specified how previous Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had taken awareness of his few fasts and chose to stop or drop all exercises in a noteworthy project for Ganga.