BJP to organise national level 'Jail Bharo' agitation from May 27
Criticising the present UPA � II government as the most corrupted ever, BJP senior leader M Venkaiah Naidu said that they are organising 'Jail Bharo'...
Criticising the present UPA � II government as the most corrupted ever, BJP senior leader M Venkaiah Naidu said that they are organising 'Jail Bharo' agitation at national level from May 27 for one week. This week-long agitation is to condemn the scams, scandals and corruption practices of UPA-II government and to bring awareness among the people, he added.
Speaking to media persons at Madanapalle on Sunday, Venkaiah Naidu said that caste, religion, muscle power, money power and opportunism are ruling the present day politics and people will teach lesson to the corrupt parties in the next general elections. He condemned the recent statements of few Congress leaders, who said that BJP has no moral authority to speak on corruption. Replying to a question, Naidu said that all scams are the patent of ruling Congress party.
On the formation of third front, he replied that no government has been formed by third front so far in the country and the former Prime Ministers IK Gujral, VP Singh, Chandrasekhar and few others could not continue full term in power. In the next general elections, the NDA front will capture power and establish stable government, he said.
The former Chief Minister of Karnataka BS Yeddyurappa floated a new political party and BJP has no need to speak on this development, he said. Due to few unfortunate incidents like lack of unity among BJP leaders in Karnataka and few self-made mistakes by party leaders brought bitter results to his party, Venkaiah Naidu replied.
Congress may express happy with the present results, but there are lot of challenges before it, the BJP leader said.
There is no need of happy mood to congress, because it had lost power in nine states, he said. He challenged the Congress leaders to face early polls this year. On the recent pessimistic comments of Prime Minister, Venkaiah said that he did not go through the entire text of PM's comments, but if such pessimistic views are fact, that shows the inability of PM. Prime Minister should have patience and dynamism to drive the entire nation, he suggested.