New Delhi, May 26: As the Narendra Modi-led NDA government completed four years on Saturday, Swaraj India alleged although it has provided some evocative slogans like 'Make in India', 'Skill India', 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao', but scored a near zero score in performance, especially in its promise to deliver one crore jobs every year.
"The Modi government only made an onslaught on the Constitution and democracy and saw jobless growth, increasing communal tension, rural distress and overarching insecurity among Dalits, minorities and women in the country. All the key promises of the BJP government have turned out to be hollow.
"Prime Minister Modi had promised to deliver one crore jobs every year but the number of jobs has decreased in reality," said Swaraj India national spokesperson Anupam.
Swaraj India chief Yogendra Yadav said that the violence against religious minorities, especially Muslims, is spreading openly.
"The country is unsafe because, despite the claims of surgical strike, incidents of encroachment and terror attack from Pakistan have increased. Relations with neighbouring countries and even old friends are seeing a challenging phase and China's movements have become more aggressive," he said.
Senior party leader Prashant Bhushan meanwhile decried the rise of corruption, eroding the authority of anti-corruption bodies, shielding of corrupt officers are being shielded, the "disaster" of demonetization, no change in the black money situation and putting of the Lokpal issue in cold storage.