BJP urges bureaucrats to share details of 'corruption' by Hooda regime
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has appealed to the Haryana bureaucracy to share details of the wrongdoings committed by the Congress regime in the last 10 years.punjab Updated: Jul 05, 2014 20:26 IST
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has appealed to the Haryana bureaucracy to share details of the wrongdoings committed by the Congress regime in the last 10 years.
Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, Ambala legislator Anil Vij, who is also chairman of the BJP's committee constituted to prepare database of irregularities, said the party was geared up for the forthcoming assembly polls. He was in Karnal to convene the second meeting of the 11-member committee.
"We have recently launched a website www.bjpchargesheet.com, where people could send information of corruption, human rights violation, oppression of Dalits or any kind of irregularity committed during the Bhupinder Singh Hooda's regime. The details will be submitted to the President and put before the people of Haryana," Vij said, while clarifying that contents of each allegation would be authenticated by the panel.
Vij said the party was well aware of the cases of upright bureaucrats like Ashok Khemka and Sanjiv Chaturvedi, who were victimised by the state government for exposing wrongdoings committed by the Hooda government and urged officials to come with details on corruption.
He said names of informers would be kept secret.
"We are firm to put a check on maladministration and thus we need we need support from each quarter. The BJP would not only fix responsibility on the erring politicians and public officials but also ensure justice to victims of the corruption during the Congress regime," he said.
Vij said the BJP would get the alleged shady land deals involving Robert Varda and other issues probed.
Besides, individuals, employees associations are also coming forward with details where the state government did not fulfil the promises made to them, he added.
On the issue of ongoing bitterness with its political ally, the Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC), Vij said the final call by the central BJP leadership was awaited by all.
"If asked, the BJP is even ready to contest on all 90 assembly seats. The party is working unitedly for the polls but I am not a contender for the post of the chief minister," said the senior firebrand leader.