I have to undergo MRI, says Uma
Uma Bharti on Friday said she would undergo an MRI on Saturday. She said the MRI couldn?t be carried out earlier as the doctor was not in country. Janshakti Party chief Uma is suspected to have brain tumor.india Updated: Dec 09, 2006 02:15 IST
Uma Bharti on Friday said she would undergo an MRI on Saturday. She said the MRI couldn’t be carried out earlier as the doctor was not in country. Janshakti Party chief Uma is suspected to have brain tumor.
Talking to press persons, she said she was feeling better after she had turned to homoeopathy. She said she was following a strict regimen and taking meals on time.
On State political scenario, she said if her party had not contested the by-elections, the Congress would have won the by-polls. I have taken a vow to uproot the Congress, which we did in general elections and by-polls. To this end, she said that the Congress won by-elections in Rajasthan and Chattisgarh, but failed in MP. Our next mission is to come to power in the State, the BJ president said.
Asked why her party candidate was in third place in Pandana by-polls and couldn’t register a win either in Bada Malhera or Vidisha, she said they faced shortage of polling agents there.
We are going to focus on this area, she remarked. Reacting to the High Court notice to Revenue Minister Kamal Patel, she said that what the Congress couldn’t to do in 50 years, the BJP has done in just last one and half years in the State. The BJP has looted the State in such a short duration, she remarked.
About hundreds of rounds fired in the air to welcome new BJP state president Narendra Singh Tomar in Gwalior recently, she said it was a reflection on the lawlessness in the State. She said that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh has just become a rubber stamp and was dancing to the whim and fancies of the BJP leaders having muscle and money power.
About the controversy over a lip-lock picture having Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia and Biocon Chief Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Uma Bharti said it was hard to expect morality from the BJP third generation leaders. The people sitting in plum posts should follow code of conduct as well as a code of morality, she remarked.
Look at the BJP leaders, how they have thrown their weight behind cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu following his conviction, she said.
First Published: Dec 09, 2006 02:15 IST