Government is saving Afzal Guru due to vote politics: Gadkari
Bhartiya Janata Party National President Nitin Gadkari raised a question to the Government that Aamil Azmal Kasab has been hanged after great delay but why the Government is not hanging Afzal Guru. The crime of Afzal Guru is more serious than Azmal Kasab but the Government is saving him due to vote politics. He was addressing a rally organized at jantar-Mantar in Delhi today.
During his address, Gadkari discussed in detail about corruption, scam, price-rise, FDI etc. he told that India was called a golden bird but why this India is begging before the foreigners? Why the Congress Government is so much anxious for FDI? Are not the industrialists and traders of India capable of taking the country forward? The country wants answer to these questions.
On the occasion, former BJP President Rajnath Singh talked in detail about the plight of the country. He told that even today the farmers of the country are compelled to commit suicide. Government is not able to pay even the cost of their product. 65 percent of the farmers of the country have no other means of income. They are in farming because they have no other option. The farmer of the country who feeds the people is in the state of ruin.
Pradesh President Vijender Gupta told that the Central and Delhi Congress Governments have made the life of the people difficult due to anti-people and looters policy. Now, Congress Government has fixed the quota of cooking gas cylinders because it wants to deprive the people of their full quantity of food. Delhi Government has stopped providing Kerosene to 4 lakh poor families.
These poor families cannot purchase cooking gas cylinders in black market for Rs. 1400 and maintain their families. Delhi Government had added insult to the injury of the people by issuing Delhi Statistical Book which contains many isleading and confusing data. It seems that Sheila Dikshit Government wants to cover-up its failures by jugglery of statistics.
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