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CM flays VP, Jan Morcha

CHIEF MINISTER Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday castigated former Prime Minister VP Singh for launching Jan Morcha headed by suspended Samajwadi Party MP Raj Babbar. He said that instead of carrying out any movement against the Central Government and other states, like Andhara Pradesh and Maharashtra for suicides being committed by farmers, the ?dhongi (fake)? group had targeted the State Government on farmers? issues.

india Updated: May 27, 2006 01:32 IST

CHIEF MINISTER Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday castigated former Prime Minister VP Singh for launching Jan Morcha headed by suspended Samajwadi Party MP Raj Babbar. He said that instead of carrying out any movement against the Central Government and other states, like Andhara Pradesh and Maharashtra for suicides being committed by farmers, the ‘dhongi (fake)’ group had targeted the State Government on farmers’ issues.

Addressing a state conference of women’s wing of the party Yadav, without mentioning the name of Morcha leaders, said he (VP Singh) was moving around the SP’s suspended MP, and this was not the right attitude.

The Chief Minister said that there was no ideology and commitment to principles.

Yadav said ‘rootless’ people would not be able to succeed in their game plan.

The SP general secretary Amar Singh, who was also present at the conference, said that now the Morcha had organised a rally on May 30 to target the State Government. He called upon the women wing to expose these fake people. Singh also assailed AICC chief Sonia Gandhi for disqualification of Jaya Bachchan from Rajya Sabha.

The Chief Minister said pamphlets were being distributed to mislead the people. He urged the women wing to fan out in the State to publicise the achievements of the government. He said that leaders spewing against the SP-led venom had ganged up against the party. The Chief Minister said that next assembly elections would be decisive for the party and the women’s wing would play vital role in it. He said the party and the government had been facing major challenges because enemies had joined hands to create troubles. Enumerating the measures taken for the welfare of Muslims community, the Chief Minister called upon the women to explain those steps to the people. Yadav said that he had been forced to talk about Muslim welfare measures because canard was being spread out against the government. Asserting that the government functioning was transparent, the Chief Minister said in the past, ‘transfer, posting and suspension’ had become an industry.

However, he expressed concern over SP leaders’ hunger for power and money. He said that the electricity would be over within a week.