The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Sunday accused the Congress-led central government of discriminating against BJP-ruled states.
It said the central government was creating hurdles in the economic growth of states ruled by the BJP.
"The government of India should have been a partner in our growth but it has become an obstacle," BJP leader Yashwant Singh told the media here.
He spoke after a BJP chief ministers' conclave ended here Saturday.
"Their inclusive growth means crony capitalism, inclusive corruption and increasing centralization," Singh said.