BJP responds Congress’ manifesto with charge sheet
Khairagarh:The Bharatiya Janata Party has come up with a charge sheet against Congress in response to latter’s manifesto for Khairagarh by-election, slated for April 12. BJP National Vice President and former Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh released the charge sheet in Khairagarh on Wednesday counting Congress government’s failures in three and a half year.
Dr Singh said that Congress had conducted a survey revealing the party losing the by-poll by 30000 votes. After which Congress is announcing sops every now and then for Khairagarh, but it will not succeed.
Meanwhile, the BJP has levelled 25 charges against the Congress starting with the allegation of inefficient and inactive and ATM of 10-Janpath.
The BJP alleged that the people of Khairagarhwere kept thirsty as the water from here was diverted by the in-charge minister for his region. The BJP also accused the ruling congress as oppressor, scamsters and destructor. The BJP also levelled accusation that the government was involved in pipeline scam and that the Congress destroyed the temple of education. The BJP alleged that the Congress insulted the king and the saffron flag as well. The BJP accused the Congress of being a betrayer, anti-farmer under whose regime record number of farmers committed suicide and there was also a rise in the cases of atrocities.
The Congress government snatched houses of the poor and there is lawlessness all over with deterioration of law and order. The BJP termed this government as government of mafias with the government undertaking home delivery of liquor. The unemployment has risen alarmingly and every section is forced to take to street for their right, the rights of the women have been betrayed and there is continuous attack on the sentiments of Hindus. The BJP accused that not a single Swami Atmanand school has been opened in Khairagarh so far and this shows the commitment of this government for Khairagarh.
BJP State president Vishnudeo Sai and other senior leaders were also present on the occasion.