Give it back to rivals: CM to party youths
CHIEF MINISTER Mulayam Singh Yadav on Sunday exhorted the youth workers of the party to be offensive against the rivals. Asking them not to adopt defensive posture, Yadav said efforts should be made to take the party?s programme and policies to the people. He said youth would play a dominant role in the party in future.india Updated: Mar 27, 2006 01:10 IST
CHIEF MINISTER Mulayam Singh Yadav on Sunday exhorted the youth workers of the party to be offensive against the rivals. Asking them not to adopt defensive posture, Yadav said efforts should be made to take the party’s programme and policies to the people. He said youth would play a dominant role in the party in future.
Addressing a gathering of students, who had assembled at his residence to thank him for his decision for unemployment allowance, Yadav criticised the Congress-led UPA government for its failure to solve the people’s problems. He said the UPA government had been continuously hatching conspiracy against the SP leaders. He said moves were afoot to create trouble for general secretary Amar Singh.
Accusing Congress of plotting for the disqualification of Jaya Bachchan from Rajya Sabha, Yadav said Congress leader Sonia Gandhi had resigned only after the SP had moved petition against her to the President. He said Sonia later enacted resignation drama. He said the Congress had now resorted to burning of his effigy.
The Chief Minister said the youth could play vital role to lead the party through crisis. The Chief Minister said the party was committed to the cause of youth and then it was their duty to gear up the organisations for the election.
Talking about the welfare measures taken by the government for various sections of the society, the Chief Minister said their popularisation was imperative for the party.
Directing the youth to fan out in constituencies, the Chief Minister said if there was any problem from the officers they should give written complaint. He said stern action would be taken against official apathy. The Chief Minister asked the state unit chief Ram Saran Das to reply strongly to the rivals. He said there was no need to be silent on any issue.
He said the State Government had done more developmental work in Rae Bareli than Sonia Gandhi.