Cong unable to resolve problems of country: Naidu
Attacking the Congress over its move to appoint a commission to probe the 'snoopgate' issue allegedly involving Narendra Modi, the BJP on Saturday said the next government will review all the committees appointed post announcement of the Lok Sabha elections.india Updated: May 03, 2014 23:15 IST
Attacking the Congress over its move to appoint a commission to probe the 'snoopgate' issue allegedly involving Narendra Modi, the BJP on Saturday said the next government will review all the committees appointed post announcement of the Lok Sabha elections.
"All committees appointed after the announcement of elections will be reviewed and the government of the day coming into office will have every right to review the decisions," senior BJP leader Venkaiah Naidu said.
Home minister Sushilkumar Shinde had on Friday said that a judge will be appointed to conduct probe into Gujarat 'snoopgate' before counting of votes in Lok Sabha elections.
"I want to assure the people… these steps of the Congress party will boomerang," the Rajya Sabha member and former BJP national president said.
Asked if such committees will be wound up, he said "…if necessary, yes. Those with ulterior motives will have to go."
"They (Congress) are shameless. They are unable to resolve the problems faced by the country and suddenly now at the last moment they have got frustrated and disappointed and are setting up commissions only with a view to defame (BJP) but it will heavily cost the Congress and it will boomerang on them."
"Once our (NDA) government will come into power whatever decisions were taken post announcement of the elections will be reviewed," Naidu added.
The UPA government had declared that a judicial commission to probe 'snoopgate' allegedly involving BJP's prime ministerial nominee will be in place before the Lok Sabha poll process comes to an end on May 16.
Reacting on the violence in Assam, he demanded explanation from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi on the matter. "Why the PM is silent when the situation is violent?"