BJP plans stir against Centre
THE STATE BJP has decided to launch a phase-wise agitation from January to April this year against the ?anti-people? policies of the UPA government at the Centre.india Updated: Jan 04, 2007 17:11 IST
THE STATE BJP has decided to launch a phase-wise agitation from January to April this year against the ‘anti-people’ policies of the UPA government at the Centre.
BJP State organising general secretary Kaptan Singh Solanki said the agitation will be launched from January 16 in protest against escalation of prices in the market, unemployment, depression among farmers and the Centre’s appeasement policies for vote banks.
He said in a statement that in the first phase of agitation from January 16 to February 16 processions would be taken out in all the districts.
En route public meetings will be held at villages and towns. Processions will converge into rallies. BJP leaders from the Centre and State will attend the rallies.
He said frontal organisations members particularly from the Yuva Morcha and Mahila Morcha will take part in the processions. They would place posters and banners at villages demanding execution of capital punishment award to Parliament attack main accused Mohd Afzal.
Solanki said the Mahila Morcha activists would form human chains on February 8 and 9 and would expose the Centre’s apathetic attitude towards public sufferings caused by escalation of prices in the market.
He said the second phase of agitation will be held from March 14 to April 14. Kisan adalats will be organised at district headquarter, which will announce ‘punishment’ to be awarded to the Centre.
He said Scheduled Caste cell members would launch a signature campaign to protest against the Centre’s move to reduce the quota of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the minorities’ educational institutions.
By including those who embraced other faith under the orbit of reservation the Government reduced their quota, he added.
First Published: Jan 04, 2007 17:11 IST