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Uma says Govt not farmer-friendly

ALLEGING THAT the State government was unable to take decisions in the interest of farmers, Bharatiya Janshakti president Uma Bharti on Tuesday said the government will have to pay a price for it.

india Updated: Jan 03, 2007 02:44 IST
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ALLEGING THAT the State government was unable to take decisions in the interest of farmers, Bharatiya Janshakti president Uma Bharti on Tuesday said the government will have to pay a price for it.

Bharti, while addressing a ‘Kisan Sabha’, said peasants in Madhya Pradesh would be forced to commit suicide, like in Maharashtra and Karnataka, if the same condition persisted.

She claimed that the BJ would fight for the rights of cultivators besides fighting for Hindutva. The sadhvi claimed that she had no regrets of losing the post of Chief Minister but she lamented that public were being deceived by the state government.

She asserted that a ‘Ram’ temple would be built in Ayodhya and added that no proposal to build a mosque alongside with the temple would be accepted. Bharti claimed that the BJP and the Congress were bent on destroying her party. 
Later, she told newsman that she will not return to BJP at any cost.

Bharti said that the BJP was propagating that she would return forcing her to repeatedly provide clarification. She said her party would launch an agitation over the issues of roads, power, water and manure in the state capital on January 31.