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BSP aims at cleaning up 'corrupt' system of Indian politics: Kashyap

punjab Updated: Sep 09, 2015 11:28 IST
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Lashing out at the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress leaderships for corruption in the country, Narinder Kashyap, national general secretary of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), said that the BSP wanted to clean up the entire `corrupt' system of Indian politics and the party has started a campaign for motivating the poor people across the country to teach a lesson to corrupt politicians.

Addressing a public meeting at the old grain market here on Saturday, Kashyap said the Union and state governments have completely failed to provide basic facilities to the farmers, labourers, employees and other sections of society in Punjab.

"All roads are in a bad condition across the state while the unemployment problem is rising day by day and the government has also failed to maintain the law and order situation in Punjab," said Kashyap.

The BSP leader alleged that the government was harassing the employees belonging to the scheduled caste and scheduled tribe (SC/ST) and other backward community (OBC) categories and warned it to stop their harassment, otherwise the party would be forced to launch an agitation on the issue.