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?Apprise people about Centre?s achievements?

STATE YOUTH Congress president Nadeem Ashraf Jaisee on Sunday exhorted the party workers to launch a campaign in the city to apprise people of achievements of the Union Government and misdeeds of the Samjwadi Party-led State Government.

india Updated: Apr 03, 2006 01:18 IST

STATE YOUTH Congress president Nadeem Ashraf Jaisee on Sunday exhorted the party workers to launch a campaign in the city to apprise people of achievements of the Union Government and misdeeds of the Samjwadi Party-led State Government.

Nadeem was in the city on Sunday to take part in a meeting. Addressing the Youth Congress workers at the party office, Jaisee directed them to establish direct contact with people to make them aware of achievements of the Centre and misrule of the State Government.

He also said that on April 11 and 12, a camp would be held in the city for training of workers. A direct contact with the masses would also be established in the two-day camp, he added.

Meanwhile, the Congress Sewa Dal members staged a sit-in at Gandhi statue in protest against the rising crimes in the city in particular and the state at large. Several women activist of the organisation were also present. They expressed their resentment over spurt in crimes in state. They also accused police of acting at the behest of the Samajwadi Party workers.

Chief Coordinator of the Sewa Dal Triloki Vyas and PCC member Gulab Singh also accused the State Government of abetting criminals.

“The State Government is openly abetting mafia and demoralizing police force,” stated Vyas. The issue of sensational killing of Mehar Bhargav was also raised on the occasion.

Gulab Singh demanded imposition of the President’s rule in the State. A memorandum addressed to Governor TV Rajeshwar was also handed over to City Magistrate Nirbhay Das.