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Launch massive campaign against BJP: Vikramaditya

Exhorting the workers to fasten their belts in view of the coming Panchaytai Raj Institution's elections, state Youth Congress president Vikramaditya Singh on Saturday said the recent mandate against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had shown that Modi wave had completely been eliminated across the country.

chandigarh Updated: Sep 20, 2014 19:18 IST
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Exhorting the workers to fasten their belts in view of the coming Panchaytai Raj Institution's elections, state Youth Congress president Vikramaditya Singh on Saturday said the recent mandate against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had shown that Modi wave had completely been eliminated across the country.


He said even after 100 days of National Democratic Alliance (NDA) rule there seemed to be no hope of 'Achhe din' across the country. Soaring prices of essential commodities, petroleum products and failure of the Modi government in initiating people-friendly decisions showed that the government had failed on various fronts during initial state of its regime.

Addressing the workers of Arki assembly segment at Jainagar, Vikramaditya Singh who was accompanied by Shimla parliamentary constituency president Sanjay Thakur, Kunihar unit president Geetansh, Arki block president Kapil Thakur and others castigated the BJP's big wigs for spreading canards against Virbhadra Singh government over one or other issues.

Vikramaditya said since BJP leaders were neck dipped in corruption and promoted land, cricket and other mafias during its regime, it appeared that their sole motive was to divert the attention of the common masses from basic issues. He said shameful ouster of BJP in the recently concluded Lok Sabha and assembly byelections across the country was a referendum against the Narendra Modi government that captured the power by misleading the people and making false poll promises.

He appealed to the Youth Congress workers to launch a massive campaign against the “anti-people” policies of the NDA government and failure of the central government on various fronts.