Amid #10YearChallenge, BJP Takes to #5YearChallenge on Twitter Ahead of Lok Sabha Elections 2019; Check Tweets
BJP #5YearChallenge (Photo Credits: File Photo)

New Delhi, January 18: As the 10-year challenge has taken the social media by storm, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has tweaked the raging trend by showing its accomplishments ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The ruling party is using #5YearChallenge to contrast its development with that of Indian National Congress-led government. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Most Liked Leader on Facebook: Global Report 'World Leaders On Facebook'.

One example, the BJP has claimed that the 13 kilometres Kollam bypass project in Kerala was delayed for 43 years, but the project was completed by the Modi government in just four years.

In another tweet, BJP shows visuals which claim that Affordable Healthcare was just a thought in Congress government. But in 2018, healthcare became affordable with centre's Ayushman Bharat Scheme. Here are Key Facts to Know About PM Modi's 'Game-Changing' PMJAY Healthcare Scheme.

On the ongoing Prayagraj Kumbh Mela in Uttar Pradesh, the BJP has highlighted how the party has massively increased the budget for the religious gathering."Here is our #5YearChallenge. In 2013, only Rs. 1,300 crore was allocated for Kumbh. In 2019, Rs. 4,200 crore budget provided for Kumbh 2019," the BJP tweeted.

In another tweet, BJP claimed that till 2013, 50 per cent of the households in the country had bank accounts but after the BJP came to power almost all households in the country has bank accounts.

Another tweet posted by Union minister Piyush Goyal said, "The long overdue completion of a crucial project like the Bogibeel Bridge, along with transformational policies like Ayushman Bharat and Ujjwala Yojana symbolise the 360-degree makeover India has seen since 2014."

The "then and now" tweet of BJP also mentions other works of BJP like Door-step delivery of LPG cylinder, reduction of home loans, among several others. One tweet claims that all the villages are electrified under Modi government compared to just 18,452 villages in Congress rule. Another tweet says there were 'scams' in 2013 with 'Vikas' during BJP rule.